Definition of admix in English:

admix

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Pronunciation: /ˈadmɪks
 
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verb

[with object] technical
Mix (something) with something else: digging is an efficient way of admixing organic matter
More example sentences
  • Initially, a hybrid population is created by admixing genes from parental populations.
  • The composition is prepared by admixing the components.
  • Giant cells were admixed with the malignant cells.

Origin

late Middle English: back-formation from the obsolete adjective 'admixt', from Latin admixtus 'mixed together', past participle of admiscere, from ad- 'to' + miscere 'to mix'.

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