Translation of mixture in Spanish:
- 1.1 countable/numerable (of diverse things) mezcla (feminine)Example sentences1.2 c and u [Cookery/Cocina] mezcla (feminine) 1.3 c and u [Pharmacology/Farmacología] preparado (masculine), mixtura (feminine) [anticuado] the mixture as before (British English/inglés británico) lo mismo de siempre
- I think that the truth is that it is a mixture of different elements.
- Pirates is a mixture of two distinct elements: land-based adventure and sea-based combat.
- The trees will make way for the enlargement of the community recreation ground and are to be replaced with a mixture of different varieties elsewhere within the park.
- The master's meal consisted of a loaf of bread stuffed with a mixture of meat and vegetables, and his glass was filled with wine.
- Raw fish, called ika, is marinated in lemon juice or a mixture of vinegar, oil, and salt and served with chopped onion and coconut cream.
- Chang describes silver clay as a mixture of pure silver powder, water and glue.
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