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A person or thing that mixes things together, in particular an electric mixing machine used in food preparation for liquidizing, chopping, or pureeing.
blender, food processor, liquidizer, stirrer, beater, churn, whiskView synonyms
- ‘Take your plastic containers, blender and paintbrush to your target location.’
- ‘But Clor are master blenders, cobbling together tasty unrelated nuggets and making them seem like sonic soul mates.’
- ‘The oil and fuel blending system consists of a drain pan for collecting the waste oil and a pump and blender with hoses.’
- ‘A professional tea taster, he was Typhoo's chief blender before joining Mumbo.’
- ‘It is the complex task of a master blender to combine both malt and grain whisky to create a whisky with a more sophisticated taste.’
- ‘Similarly, the quenching of thirst is only one possible use of time so that both tea blenders and beer brewers have a common interest in encouraging liquid refreshment breaks rather than TV watching.’
- ‘The problem was that our tea blender made the entire building vibrate.’
- ‘A mix of malts like the new Cardhu usually takes the name of the brand-owner or blender, not the distillery.’
- ‘In my second day of paintball ever, this thing just turned into a big ol' paint-blender.’
- ‘It is the job of the tea blender - a tea taster of many years standing - to ensure that his company blend meets all the criteria.’
- ‘Glenmorangie's new master blender says she was born to the job.’
- ‘I try to purchase coffee from small B.C. blenders and roasters.’
- ‘Every licensed winegrower or wine blender shall report to the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control his total gallonage of wine produced or blended for the 12-month period ending June 30th of each year.’
- ‘But that's what happens when you throw two wars into the same economic blender as two tax cuts.’
- ‘In 1997, Joy Spence became the first female master blender in the spirits industry.’
- ‘Sherwin Williams chemical coatings is looking for a part-time paint blender.’
- ‘When it comes to the character of whisky, the blender's nose is one of the most valuable instruments in the whole process - and his acute sense of smell is legendary.’
- ‘Barrie had to nose more than upward of around 60,000 casks before becoming Glenmorangie's master blender.’
- ‘His talent, diligence and passion for whisky make him an exceptional master blender.’
- ‘Im considering a career change: that of master wine blender.’
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