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Add the eggs and mix thoroughly.
Mix the flour with the eggs and butter.
Mix the paint and water together.
In this room, antique and modern furniture have been successfully mixed.
a town where sophistication mixes with a vibrant atmosphere
The show mixes African rhythms with European dances.
The party gave me a chance to mix with the other students.
You need to get out and mix more.
Maria’s parents didn’t approve of the people she was mixing with.
This is the American English definition of mix. View British English definition of mix.
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