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mixer tap

noun [C] uk   us   UK (US mixer faucet)
a device for controlling the flow of water, so that hot and cold water come out of the same pipe, but the flow of each is controlled separately so that the temperature of the water coming out can be changed
Translations of “mixer tap”
in Korean 뜨거운 물과 찬물이 함께 나오는 수도 꼭지…
in Arabic خَلاط صُنبور…
in Portuguese misturador…
in Catalan aixeta de monocomandament…
in Japanese (水と湯の)混合弁…
in Italian miscelatore…
in Chinese (Traditional) 冷熱水混合龍頭…
in Chinese (Simplified) 冷热水混合龙头…
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