Definition of ready-mix in English:

ready-mix

Syllabification: read·y-mix
Pronunciation: /ˈredēˌmiks/

noun

Ready-mixed concrete.
More example sentences
  • Perhaps this is because most of the visible concrete jobs are big, commercial affairs surrounded by roaring ready-mix trucks and a lot of wildly gesticulating, dirt-caked workers.
  • Many tool rental companies offer ready-mix concrete with small minimums and reduced prices.
  • In the early 1990s, concrete firms sold their ready-mix trucks to their employee drivers, forcing them to become contractors.

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