[ pree-miks ]

  1. Also pre·mix·ture [pree-miks-cher]. /priˈmɪks tʃər/. a mixture of ingredients, made before selling, using, etc.: The chain saw runs on a premix of oil and gasoline.

  1. mixed prior to using, marketing, etc.; premixed: premix concrete.

verb (used with object),pre·mixed or pre·mixt, pre·mix·ing.
  1. to mix beforehand, as in advance of selling or using.

Origin of premix

First recorded in 1930–35; pre- + mix

Other words from premix

  • pre·mix·er, noun

Words Nearby premix Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2024

How to use premix in a sentence

  • It won't be official until the sixteenth of May, when the premix stockholders meet, but that's just a formality.

    Murder in the Gunroom | Henry Beam Piper
  • But it would cause a scandal that would rock the premix Company to its very foundations.

    Murder in the Gunroom | Henry Beam Piper
  • But I believe a formula could be evolved which would keep the premix Company and its affairs out of it.

    Murder in the Gunroom | Henry Beam Piper