blender blender  /b ˈlɛn dər/


  • (n) an electrically powered mixer with whirling blades that mix or chop or liquefy foods



  1. Using an immersion blender, mix sauce until bacon is in small pieces.
  2. That's a pathogenic speed blender, and the viruses have taken full advantage of it.
  3. Striking a balance between efficiency and atmosphere is largely why it took 3 12 years to roll out ovens, the biggest thing to hit Starbucks since the blender's 1995 debut.



    June 19 | Firestone Barrelworks Meet the Blender Night: This is a local beer blog, but the chance to receive fermentation education from the director of Paso Robles’ Firestone Walker in tandem with beers from the reigning top medium-sized brewery in the world paired with traditional English pub fare is one that shouldn’t be passed up based on geography.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: San Diego Reader

  2. Ross Expands Ribbon Blender Inventory

    Following its largest inventory expansion to date, Charles Ross & Son Company announces that over 80 Ribbon Blenders, sized for different working volumes and bulk densities, are now available from stock.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: ChemicalOnline

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  1. Radcliffe, who plays a troubled youth with a religious-erotic obsession with horses, says, "Part of me wants to shake up people's perception of me, just shove me in a blender. It's a really challenging play, and if I can pull it off - we don't know...
    on Oct 23, 2006 By: Daniel Radcliffe Source: (Pressemitteilung)

  2. "With this green light, USDA is surging ahead on our work to provide support to feedstock producers, biofuel refiners and infrastructure installers, such as blender pumps, to ensure that all the pieces of the ethanol supply chain are ready to supply...
    on Jun 17, 2010 By: Tom Vilsack Source: The Associated Press

  3. In a statement issued Tuesday, April 15, 2008, Keys said she was clarifying "comments that were made during my recent Blender magazine interview since they have been misrepresented."
    on Apr 15, 2008 By: Alicia Keys Source: Washington Post

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