Definition of demister in English:

demister

noun

British
  • See demist

    • ‘This deals with the heavier demands placed on a car in winter conditions, as cold starts plus increased use of heater systems, headlights and rear demisters all take their toll.’
    • ‘A good feature is that the rear window is glass and has a built-in demister.’
    • ‘The demisters stopped working and it was real heavy rain and I couldn't see anything.’
    • ‘Other conveniences are day/night rear view mirror, intermittent wiper function, digital clock, climate control and rear window demister.’
    • ‘This car comes standard with air conditioner, power steering, central locking, electric windows, electric side mirrors, rear wiper and demister, cupholders and remote bootlid and fuel flap release.’

Pronunciation

demister

/diːˈmɪstə/