Definition of malaxator in US English:

malaxator

noun

rare
  • Any of various machines for mixing materials, usually consisting of a cylindrical container with a rotating central spindle bearing radial blade-like arms.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in Edward H. Knight (1824–1883), patent lawyer and expert in mechanics. From malaxate + -or.

Pronunciation

malaxator

/ˈmaləkˌseɪtə/