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mix
British English: /mɪks/
American English: /mɪks/

Translation of mix in French:

noun

  • 2 (Culinary, Construction) (for cement, paste, cake) a cake mix (in packet)
    une préparation pour gâteau

transitive verb

  • 1 (combine)
    (ingredients, colours) with avec and à
    (styles, types, methods, systems) with avec and à
    to mix something into (add to)
    incorporer quelque chose à
    to mix one's drinks
    faire des mélanges
    to mix and match
    (colours, styles)
  • 2 (make)
    (drink, cocktail)
    (concrete, cement, paste)
    to mix the flour and the water into a paste
    malaxer la farine et l'eau pour obtenir une pâte
  • 3 (Music)
    (record, track)

intransitive verb

  • 1
    also: mix together
    (be combined)
    (ingredients, liquids, colours)
    se mélanger
    with avec, à

Idioms

[informal]
to mix it

(British English) (stir up trouble)
(American English) (start a fight)
se bagarrer

Phrasal verbs

mix around

mix [something] around, mix around [something] 1.1 (blend)
(mixture, ingredients, paste)
1.2 (jumble up)
(names, objects)
(letters of word)

mix in

mix [something] in, mix in [something]
(ingredient, substance) with à

mix up

mix [something] up, mixup [something] 1.1 (get confused over)
(dates, names, tickets)
to mix up A and B/A with B
confondre A et B/A avec B
to get two things mixed up
confondre deux choses
1.2 (confuse)
(person) about, over à propos de
to get mixed up about
s'embrouiller à propos de
1.3 (jumble up)
(papers, photos, clothes)
1.4 (involve)to mix somebody up in
impliquer quelqu'un dans, mêler quelqu'un à
to get mixed up in
se trouver mêlé à
to be mixed up with somebody
(gen)
fréquenter quelqu'un
(having affair with)
avoir une liaison avec quelqu'un
to get mixed up with somebody
se mettre à fréquenter quelqu'un

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