See also: Mixer and mixér

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mix +‎ -er

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mixer (plural mixers)

  1. One who, or a device that, mixes or merges things together.
  2. One who mixes or socializes.
    • 1950, Mervyn Peake, Gormenghast
      Bad mixer as he was, he preferred to be "out of it" in a crowd than out of it altogether.
  3. A machine outfitted with (typically blunt) blades with which it mixes or beats ingredients in a bowl below.
  4. A non-alcoholic drink (such as lemonade, Coca-Cola or fruit juice) that is added to spirits to make cocktails.
    Do we have any mixers? I don't want to drink this vodka neat.
  5. mixing console
  6. (US) A dance or other social event meant to foster new acquaintances, as at the beginning of a school year.
  7. Any of various social dances involving frequent changes of partners.
  8. A device for combining hot and cold water before it emerges from a single spout or shower head.

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DutchEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from English mixer.

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mixer m (plural mixers, diminutive mixertje n)

  1. A mixer (device, esp. kitchen appliance, for mixing).

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FrenchEdit

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Borrowed from English mix.

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mixer

  1. to mix
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Etymology 2Edit

Borrowed from English mixer.

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mixer m (plural mixers)

  1. mixer (machine for mixing)

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