mingle definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To mix or bring together in combination, frequently without losing individual faculties. See Synonyms at mix.
    • To mix so your components come to be united; merge.
    • To mix; intermix; to combine or join, as an individual or component, with other components, but generally in order to be distinguishable within the product; to confuse; to confound.
    • To associate or unite in community or by connections of relationship; to cause or enable to intermarry; to intermarry.
    • To rob of purity by blend; to contaminate.
    • to build; to become listed on.
    • In order to make or prepare by blending the ingredients of.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • become or be mixed or united.
    • to become listed on and take spend other individuals: The faculty mingled using the trustees.
    • In order to become blended or mixed.
    • To connect (with certain people).
    • to maneuver (among people); -- of people.
  • verb:
    • to combine; intermix; to mix or join, as an individual or part, along with other parts, but commonly so as to be distinguishable in item; to confuse; to confound.
    • To associate or unite in community or by ties of commitment; resulting in or enable to intermarry; to intermarry.
    • To rob of purity by mixture; to contaminate.
    • : to construct; to participate. Shakespeare.
    • To make or prepare by combining the ingredients of.
    • to be mixed or blended.
    • to create or combine collectively or with something different
    • be-all mixed up or jumbled together
    • join up or mixed-up with
  • noun:
    • a combination.
    • a combination.
    • A mixture; a medley; a jumble.
  • others:
    • to combine; mix; combine intimately; form a mix of.
    • to create by blending or mixing; combine the components or components of; mixture or concoct.
    • to create into connection or association; connect or conjoin.
    • To confuse; impair or spoil by combination with something.
    • Synonyms and Mingle, Mix, Blend. Mingle and mix are often quite synonymous; where they differ, mix is likely to be found to indicate a more complete loss of individuality by that which is joined with something else. Blend vividly suggests the joining of two or more colors to form a third, and so a passing of two or more sounds, qualities, or the like into each other in such a way as to produce a result partaking of the qualities of each.
    • To be or be joined, combined, or blended; get into combination or intimate relation: because, to socialize with culture; oil and liquid will not mingle.
    • become formed by mixingor blending.
    • Synonyms see I.

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