Translation of mix in Spanish:
- 1.1 (mixture) mezcla (feminine)Example sentences1.2 (ingredients) mezcla (feminine) cake mix[ preparado comercial para hacer pasteles ]
Example sentences1.3 [Audio] mezcla (feminine)
- The tour is a fascinating mix of anecdotal and historical stories combined with well-presented factual information.
- Like all successful teams they have realised that you must have a mix of quality and commitment as one without the other is no good.
- I think I've got a fair mix of ages and qualities.
- But on reading the ingredients of a cake mix, I realise now I would never want to.
- Not that the business is entirely against the use of mixes and other prepared ingredients.
- The book assumes that most birthday cake makers will use a commercial cake mix.
- These are two very different audio mixes (the older track fast and furious, the new one with a deliberate, pained vocal and wailing guitar).
- This release sees the addition, not only of the rare mono mix but the tracks recorded for her first solo outing, with the band backing her.
- Stuffed to the gills with demos, home-recordings, live versions and unusual mixes, you'll find all of your favourites here, but often in wildly different guises.
- Otherwise, all three of these sound mixes are identical to one another.
- Accompanying James' unorthodox choreography is a stream of video images and an audio mix that includes a sitcom laugh track, a bingo caller and barnyard animals.
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- 1.1 (combine) [ingredients/paint] mezclar; [amalgam/plaster] preparar; [cocktail] preparar to mix one's drinks mezclar las bebidas to mix sth in añadir or incorporar algo to mix sth
intosth mezclar algo conalgo, incorporar algo aalgo mix together the flour and the eggs mezclar la harina con los huevos to mix sth withsth mezclar algo conalgo I never mix business with pleasure nunca mezclo los negocios con el placer mix and match combinar to mix it with sb (British English/inglés británico) [colloquial/familiar] meterse con algn [colloquial/familiar] 1.2 [Audio] [sound/record] mezclar
intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo
- 1.1 (combine) [substances] mezclarse 1.2 (go together) [foods/colors] combinar (bien) 1.3 (socially) she doesn't mix well at parties le cuesta entablar conversación con la gente en una reunión to mix
withsb tratarse conalgn
mix up verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object/verbo + complemento + adverbio, verbo + adverbio + complemento 1.1 (combine) [ingredients] mezclar 1.2 (prepare) [paste/paint] preparar 1.3 (throw into confusion) desordenar, revolver* don't get your books mixed up with mine no mezcles tus libros con los míos 1.4 (confuse) [names/dates] confundir to mix sth/sb up
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