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mixer tap

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Definition of mixer tap in English:

noun

British
A tap through which both hot and cold water can be drawn at the same time by means of separate controls.
Example sentences
  • If they don't like the food, they tell me about it and they give me a hard time if their hotel does not have a mixer tap for the hot and cold water!
  • It became a £385 bathroom by the time we got new mixer taps to replace the non mixer tap that came with it.
  • Consider whether you want a mixer tap, which will deliver a stream of warm water, or two separate taps.

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