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Synonyms of mix in English:

verb

  • 1 mix all the ingredients together oil and water don't mix
    blend, mingle, combine, put together, stir, jumble, merge;
    shuffle, shift around
    informal blunge
    [Antonyms] separate, divide
  • 2 she mixes with all sorts
    associate, socialize, mingle, meet, get together, have dealings, fraternize, circulate, keep company, rub shoulders, consort, move, go out;
    North American rub elbows
    British informal hang about
    [Antonyms] keep oneself to oneself
  • 3 we're like oil and water—we just don't mix
    be compatible, get along/on, go (together), fit together, be in harmony, be like-minded, be of the same mind, be of like mind, see eye to eye, agree
    informal hit it off, click, be on the same wavelength
  • Phrases

    mix something up

    1
  • 1 mix up the filler paste with its catalyst
    blend, mingle, combine, put together, stir, jumble, merge;
    cross, cross-breed, hybridize, integrate, emulsify, premix;
    shuffle, shift around
    informal blunge
  • 2 I'm sorry, I mixed up the dates
    confuse, get confused, muddle, muddle up, get muddled up, get jumbled up, scramble, mistake
  • mixed up in

    2
    I'm sure he was mixed up in this business
    involved in, embroiled in, entangled in, drawn into, caught up in, a party to

    noun

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  • the decor is a fascinating mix of antique and modern
    mixture, blend, mingling, combination, compound, fusion, composition, concoction, brew, alloy, merger, union, amalgamation, amalgam, coalition, cross, hybrid;
    medley, melange, diversity, collection, selection, assortment, variety, mixed bag, miscellany, assemblage, motley collection, pot-pourri, conglomeration, jumble, mess, confusion, mishmash, hotchpotch, hodgepodge, ragbag, pastiche, patchwork, farrago, hash
    informal scissors-and-paste job, mash-up
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