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adjective mixed pronunciation in American English /mɪkst/
  1. 1
    [only before noun] consisting of different things

    mixed herbs/vegetables/nuts

  2. 2
    partly good and partly bad

    Reactions to the new policy have been mixed.

    The movie opened last week to mixed reviews.

  3. 3
    [only before noun] involving people of different ages, abilities, races, etc.

    a mixed population

    The curriculum is designed for students of mixed abilities.

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