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demist
Pronunciation: / ˌdiˈmɪst /
Pronunciation: /diːˈmɪst/

Translation of demist in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • (British English)
    Example sentences
    • Its problem is that the heater system is inadequate to demist the front windscreen.
    • ‘We had to provide equipment to demist it, otherwise you'd only have seen them through Scotch mist,’ Masters said.
    • All the windows on the car are glass (including the rear) and they all feature ‘invisible’ heating elements to promote rapid demisting and defrosting.

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