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[v. ree-miks; n. ree-miks] /v. riˈmɪks; n. ˈriˌmɪks/
verb (used with object), remixed, remixing.
to mix again.
to mix and re-record the elements of (a musical recording) in a different way.
a remixed recording.
Origin of remix
1660-70 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Examples from the web for remix
  • But one remix elicited a burst of calls, as if the birds had detected something wrong.
  • You've watched remix culture grow, to the point that in hip-hop it's now almost required.
  • Then, of course, we'll take the experiment to its logical conclusion by crowdsourcing a remix of the winning song.
  • The problem with sampling in fashion, as in music, is that the remix has to seem new.
  • Participants will choose pairs and begin to remix a common text.
  • The water can be reactivated at the previous temperature without the need to remix the hot and cold water.
  • When the water flow is reactivated, it emerges at the same temperature, eliminating the need to remix the hot and cold water.
  • Combine and remix the sample minimum amount necessary to ensure uniformity.
  • remix the concrete in the mixing pan with a shovel or trowel to prevent segregation during the molding of specimens.
British Dictionary definitions for remix


verb (riːˈmɪks)
to change the balance and separation of (a recording), usually to emphasize the rhythm section
noun (ˈriːˌmɪks)
a remixed version of a recording
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