a good/bad mixer

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a good/bad ˈmixer

a person who finds it easy/difficult to talk to people they do not know, for example at a party: Whoever we appoint for this position will be dealing directly with our clients. We are looking for someone who is friendly, a good mixer, reliable and practical.
See also: bad, good
References in classic literature ?
Bunn, as they went away; "but he's a good mixer and never gets cross-grained.
There's a strong line-up of emerging talent too, with bands taking to the stage in iconic venues like Electric Ballroom, Dingwalls and KOKO, and pubs like The Good Mixer and The Hawley Arms.
A good mixer driver stays in visual contact with the customer to know when to hold or go on the concrete.
Fairly priced for the worn leather, oaky, spicy, honeyed mouthfeel, it's a good mixer for a taste of Kentucky.
Fairly priced for Y the worn leather, oaky, spicy, honeyed mouthfeel, it's a good mixer for a taste of Kentucky.
Liverpool fan Michael Evans, who works at the nearby Good Mixer pub, said: "It's very sad if he's come down to support his team and this happens.
You will never make an audience cry unless you invest yourself in the mix, and you will never be a good mixer if you accept anything less than perfection and you understand it is not possible.
Irina 30 I am kind good mixer cheerful romantic honest humorous and loyal.
As the band sprinted off into Camden Crawl in search of the guitar, Pixie asked then to have a look in nearby pub The Good Mixer.
A NIGHT of quality hippity hop, funk and beatboxing at Cardiff's coolest hangout and good mixer.
Good mixer balancing is important in a phase detector to reduce the output offset voltage.
Judging from his longevity in the community, Rosinger clearly was a good mixer.
Complimented for its "clean, tart citrus" taste, the four tasters also compared the flavor to ginger ale and labeled it as "a good mixer.