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mix British & World English

Combine or put together to form one substance or mass

mix-up British & World English

A confusion of one thing with another, or a misunderstanding or mistake that results in confusion

ready-mix British & World English

Ready-mixed concrete

sour mix British & World English

A sweetened liquid flavoured with lemon or lime, used in cocktails

trail mix British & World English

A mixture of dried fruit and nuts eaten as a snack food, originally by walkers and campers

bridge mix British & World English

A mixture of various bite-size snack foods, such as nuts, raisins, and chocolates, typically served in a bowl at card games, parties, etc.

Bombay mix British & World English

An Indian-style spiced snack consisting of lentils, peanuts, and deep-fried strands of gram flour (sev)

mix something up in mix British & World English

Spoil the order or arrangement of a collection of things

mix someone/thing up in mix British & World English

Confuse someone or something with another person or thing

product mix British & World English

The total range of products offered by a company

wintry mix British & World English

Variable precipitation consisting of rain, freezing rain, sleet, or snow

marketing mix British & World English

A combination of factors that can be controlled by a company to influence consumers to purchase its products

pick-and-mix British & World English

Denoting a method of assembling something by choosing items from among a large variety of different possibilities

pick 'n' mix British & World English

variant of pick-and-mix.

mix it in mix British & World English

Be belligerent physically or verbally

mix and match in mix British & World English

Select and combine different but complementary items, such as clothing or pieces of equipment, to form a coordinated set

mix one's drinks in mix British & World English

Drink different kinds of alcohol in close succession

mix and match British & World English

Select and combine different but complementary items, such as clothing or pieces of equipment, to form a coordinated set

mix one's drinks British & World English

Drink different kinds of alcohol in close succession

mix something up British & World English

Spoil the order or arrangement of a collection of things

mix someone/thing up in mix something up British & World English

Confuse someone or something with another person or thing

premix British & World English

Mix in advance

trimix British & World English

A breathing mixture for deep-sea divers, composed of nitrogen, helium, and oxygen

mixtape British & World English

A compilation of favourite pieces of music, typically by many different artists, recorded on to tape or another medium by an individual

Mixmaster British & World English

A type of electric food processor

pick 'n' mix in pick-and-mix British & World English

Denoting a method of assembling something by choosing items from among a large variety of different possibilities

sweet and sour mix in sour mix British & World English

A sweetened liquid flavoured with lemon or lime, used in cocktails

mix English Thesaurus

mix all the ingredients together

mix English-Spanish

mezcla f

mix-up English Thesaurus

there's been a mix-up over rules governing foreign players

mix-up English-Spanish

lío mfamiliar/colloquial, confusión f

ready-mix English-Spanish

de sobre, de paquete

trail mix English-Spanish

mezcla de frutos secos

pick'n'mix English-Spanish

→ pick-and-mix

pick-and-mix English-Spanish

con una variada gama de posiblidades

mix up English-Spanish

mezclar

cake mix in mix English-Spanish

preparado comercial para hacer pasteles

to mix sth into sth English-Spanish

mezclar algo, incorporar algo

to mix it up in mix English-Spanish

pelearse, sacarse* la mugre CSfamiliar/colloquial

to mix it up in mix up English-Spanish

pelearse, sacarse* la mugre CSfamiliar/colloquial

to mix sth/sb up with sth/sb English-Spanish

confundir algo/a algn


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