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To mix things, or to become mixed

mix

verb

to combine two or more substances so that they become a single substance

dissolve

verb

if a solid substance dissolves in a liquid, it is mixed into the liquid so that it becomes included in it

stir in

to add something to a liquid or substance and mix it

mingle

verb

if smells, feelings, flavours etc mingle or you mingle them, they become mixed together without completely losing their individual characters

jumble

verb

to mix things in a confusing or untidy way, or to become mixed in this way

combine

verb

if you combine substances, or if they combine, you mix them together to form a single substance

blend

verb

to join with another substance to form a mixture

mix up

to put things together without any order

merge

verb

if two things merge, they combine or become mixed so that you can no longer tell the difference between them

bind

verb

if two substances bind, or if you bind two substances, they stick or mix together and become one substance

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a very large party where people eat, sell or share many different types of food, usually held outside or in a large public building

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