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Pronunciation of Mist: Learn how to pronounce Mist in English correctly

Learn how to say Mist correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word mist:

noun
[mass noun]
a cloud of tiny water droplets suspended in the atmosphere at or near the earth’s surface that limits visibility (to a lesser extent than fog; strictly, with visibility remaining above 1 km):
the peaks were shrouded in mist
[in singular]:
a mist rose out of the river
[in singular] a condensed vapour settling in fine droplets on a surface:
a breeze cooled the mist of perspiration that had dampened her temples
[in singular] a haze or film over the eyes, especially caused by tears, and resulting in blurred vision:
Ruth saw most of the scene through a mist of tears
[count noun] used in reference to something that blurs one’s perceptions or memory:
Sardinia’s origins are lost in the mists of time
verb
cover or become covered with mist:
[with object]:
the windows of the car were misted up with condensation
[no object]:
the glass was beginning to mist up
[no object] (of a person’s eyes) become covered with a film of tears causing blurred vision:
her eyes misted over with relief and joy
[with object] spray (something, especially a plant) with a fine cloud of water droplets:
don’t mist furry-leaved plants such as African violets
Origin:

Old English, of Germanic origin; from an Indo-European root shared by Greek omikhlÄ“ ‘mist, fog’