Definition of mix and match in English:

mix and match

Select and combine different but complementary items, such as clothing or pieces of equipment, to form a coordinated set: mix and match this season’s colours for a combination that sayswinter [as modifier]: a mix-and-match menu
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  • More and more people are opting for individual pieces of furniture that mix and match rather than the uniformity of fitted ranges.
  • Vanity cabinets come in several different styles and combinations that you can mix and match to meet your needs.
  • By making a few good basic items, you are able to mix and match to achieve a different look.
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