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  1. mix

    • IPA[miks]

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    • v.
      combine or put together to form one substance or mass;(of different substances) be able to be combined to form one substance or mass
    • n.
      two or more different qualities, things, or people placed, combined, or considered together;a group of people of different types within a particular society or community
    • verb: mix, 3rd person present: mixes, gerund or present participle: mixing, past tense: mixed, past participle: mixed

    • noun: mix, plural noun: mixes

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    • 1. two or more different qualities, things, or people placed, combined, or considered together the decor is a mix of antique and modern
    • a group of people of different types within a particular society or community the school has a good social mix
    • the proportion of different people or other constituents that make up a mixture arriving at the correct mix of full-time to part-time staff pants made from a cotton and polyester mix
    • an animal, especially a dog, that is not purebred we're guessing he's a Lab-shepherd mix
    • 2. a commercially prepared mixture of ingredients for making a particular type of food or a product such as concrete cake mixes have made cooking easier
    • 3. a version of a recording in which the component tracks are mixed in a different way from the original a dance mix version of “This Charming Man.”
    • a continuous piece of music, typically dance music, produced by combining a number of separate recordings a group of young women groove in a circle to a DJ mix of Missy Elliot, the Young Gunz, and Kelis
    • an image or sound produced by the combination of two separate images or sounds.
    • adj.
      consisting of different qualities or elements: a mixed diet beaches with mixed sand and shingle

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    • adj.
      consisting of different qualities or elements: a varied, mixed diet beaches with mixed sand and shingle

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      spoil the order or arrangement of a collection of things

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    • n.
      a confusion of one thing with another, or a misunderstanding or mistake that results in confusion: there's a mix-up over the tickets

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    • ph.
      spoil the order or arrangement of a collection of things

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    • n.
      a confusion of one thing with another, or a misunderstanding or mistake that results in confusion: there's a mix-up over the tickets

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    • n.
      the combination of fossil fuels, nuclear power, and renewable sources of energy that is used to ... the energy mix in the US has been steadily moving away from coal two decades after the Kyoto Protocol, the global energy mix has still not changed

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

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    英式

    • v.
      combine or put together to form one substance or mass: peppercorns are sometimes mixed with other spices these two chemicals, when mixed together, literally explode
    • n.
      two or more different qualities, things, or people placed, combined, or considered together: the decor is a fascinating mix of antique and modern

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