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min·gle

 (mĭng′gəl)
v. min·gled, min·gling, min·gles
v.tr.
To mix or bring together in combination: a breeze that mingles the sea air with the scent of pines; love that is mingled with grief. See Synonyms at mix.
v.intr.
1. To be or become mixed or united: The children's voices mingled in the hall.
2. To associate or take part with others: The faculty mingled with the trustees.

[Middle English menglen, frequentative of mengen, to mix, from Old English mengan; see mag- in Indo-European roots.]

min′gler n.

mingle

(ˈmɪŋɡəl)
vb
1. to mix or cause to mix
2. (often foll by: with) to come into close association
[C15: from Old English mengan to mix; related to Middle Dutch mengen, Old Frisian mengja]
ˈmingler n

min•gle

(ˈmɪŋ gəl)

v. -gled, -gling,
n. v.i.
1. to become mixed, blended, or united.
2. to mix in company.
v.t.
3. to mix or combine; put together in a mixture; blend.
4. to unite, join, or conjoin.
5. to cause to mix in company.
6. to form by mixing; compound; concoct.
n.
7. mingles, two or more single, unrelated adults who live together.
[1425–75; Middle English meng(en) to mix (Old English mengan; c. Old Frisian mengja, Old High German mengen) + -(e)len -le]
min′gler, n.
syn: See mix.

Mingle

 a mingled mass; a mixture, 1548.
Examples: mingle of divers sorts, 1621; of thankfulness and dread, 1811.

mingle


Past participle: mingled
Gerund: mingling

Imperative
mingle
mingle
Present
I mingle
you mingle
he/she/it mingles
we mingle
you mingle
they mingle
Preterite
I mingled
you mingled
he/she/it mingled
we mingled
you mingled
they mingled
Present Continuous
I am mingling
you are mingling
he/she/it is mingling
we are mingling
you are mingling
they are mingling
Present Perfect
I have mingled
you have mingled
he/she/it has mingled
we have mingled
you have mingled
they have mingled
Past Continuous
I was mingling
you were mingling
he/she/it was mingling
we were mingling
you were mingling
they were mingling
Past Perfect
I had mingled
you had mingled
he/she/it had mingled
we had mingled
you had mingled
they had mingled
Future
I will mingle
you will mingle
he/she/it will mingle
we will mingle
you will mingle
they will mingle
Future Perfect
I will have mingled
you will have mingled
he/she/it will have mingled
we will have mingled
you will have mingled
they will have mingled
Future Continuous
I will be mingling
you will be mingling
he/she/it will be mingling
we will be mingling
you will be mingling
they will be mingling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been mingling
you have been mingling
he/she/it has been mingling
we have been mingling
you have been mingling
they have been mingling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been mingling
you will have been mingling
he/she/it will have been mingling
we will have been mingling
you will have been mingling
they will have been mingling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been mingling
you had been mingling
he/she/it had been mingling
we had been mingling
you had been mingling
they had been mingling
Conditional
I would mingle
you would mingle
he/she/it would mingle
we would mingle
you would mingle
they would mingle
Past Conditional
I would have mingled
you would have mingled
he/she/it would have mingled
we would have mingled
you would have mingled
they would have mingled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.mingle - to bring or combine together or with something elsemingle - to bring or combine together or with something else; "resourcefully he mingled music and dance"
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
aggregate, combine - gather in a mass, sum, or whole
concoct - make a concoction (of) by mixing
combine, compound - combine so as to form a whole; mix; "compound the ingredients"
blend, immingle, intermingle, intermix - combine into one; "blend the nuts and raisins together"; "he blends in with the crowd"; "We don't intermingle much"
2.mingle - get involved or mixed-up with; "He was about to mingle in an unpleasant affair"
3.mingle - be all mixed up or jumbled togethermingle - be all mixed up or jumbled together; "His words jumbled"
be - have the quality of being; (copula, used with an adjective or a predicate noun); "John is rich"; "This is not a good answer"

mingle

verb
1. mix, combine, blend, merge, unite, join, marry, compound, alloy, interweave, coalesce, intermingle, meld, commingle, intermix, admix Cheers and applause mingled in a single roar.
mix part, separate, divide, dissolve, detach
2. associate, circulate, hang out (informal), consort, socialize, rub shoulders (informal), hobnob, fraternize, hang about or around Guests ate and mingled.
associate avoid, dissociate, estrange

mingle

verb
1. To put together into one mass so that the constituent parts are more or less homogeneous:
2. To take part in social activities:
Translations
يَمْتَزِج ، يَخْتَلِط
smíchatsplynout
blande sig
összekeveredik
blanda
maišytassumaišytassusimaišyti
iejuktsajaukties
splynúťzmiešať sa
karışmak

mingle

[ˈmɪŋgl]
A. VTmezclar
B. VI
1. (= mix) → mezclarse
2. (= become indistinguishable) [sounds] → confundirse (in, with con) to mingle with the crowdperderse entre la multitud
3. (socially) she mingled for a while and then sat down with her husbandalternó con los invitados durante un rato y luego se sentó junto a su marido
he mingled with people of all classesse asociaba con personas de todas las clases

mingle

[ˈmɪŋgəl]
vi
[people] → se mélanger entre eux
Get out and mingle a bit
BUT Sors un peu et rencontre des gens.
to mingle with → se mêler à
[sounds, smells, feelings] → se mêler
to mingle with sth → se mêler à qch
vtmêler, mélanger

mingle

visich vermischen; (people, groups)sich untereinander vermischen; he mingled with people of all classeser hatte Umgang mit Menschen aller gesellschaftlichen Schichten; to mingle with the crowdsich unters Volk mischen; she mingled for a while, then sat down with her husband (at party) → sie mischte sich eine Zeit lang unter die Gäste und setzte sich dann mit ihrem Mann hin
vtmischen (with mit); (liter) watersvermischen; love mingled with hatemit Hass vermischte or gemischte Liebe

mingle

[ˈmɪŋgl]
1. vt to mingle (with)mescolare or mischiare (a or con)
2. vi to mingle (with) (sounds) → mescolarsi or mischiarsi (a or con)
to mingle with one's guests → mescolarsi agli ospiti

mingle

(ˈmiŋgl) verb
to mix. He mingled with the crowd.
ˈmingled adjective
References in classic literature ?
First it runs smoothly, as if meaning to go down the descent as things were ordered; then it angles about and faces the shores; nor are there places wanting where it looks backward, as if unwilling to leave the wilderness, to mingle with the salt.
Those stern, immitigable features seemed to symbolize an evil influence, and so darkly to mingle the shadow of their presence with the sunshine of the passing hour, that no good thoughts or purposes could ever spring up and blossom there.
The boy, also in due time, passed from the forecastle to the cabin, spent a tempestuous manhood, and returned from his world-wanderings, to grow old, and die, and mingle his dust with the natal earth.
He" of course was their uncle in Harley Street; and we lived in much profusion of theory that he might at any moment arrive to mingle in our circle.
Nay worse, he dared not mingle with the herd--he must hide himself, for he was one marked out for destruction.
The capitalist and aristocrat of England cannot feel that as we do, because they do not mingle with the class they degrade as we do.
We know that the bitter drops, which even you have drained from the cup, are no incidental aggravations, no individual ills, but such as must mingle always and necessarily in the lot of every slave.
When they had paid their tribute of politeness by curtsying to the lady of the house, they were permitted to mingle in the crowd, and take their share of the heat and inconvenience, to which their arrival must necessarily add.
Hopeless of the future, I wished but this--that my Maker had that night thought good to require my soul of me while I slept; and that this weary frame, absolved by death from further conflict with fate, had now but to decay quietly, and mingle in peace with the soil of this wilderness.
Vanstone -- I match you with the blunt cordiality of an old-fashioned Englishman -- the ladies mingle together in harmonious variety, like flowers on the same bed -- and the result is a mutual interest in making our sojourn at the sea-side agreeable to each other.
Conspicuous among these latter, like an animated bit of the spiked wall of Newgate, Jerry stood: aiming at the prisoner the beery breath of a whet he had taken as he came along, and discharging it to mingle with the waves of other beer, and gin, and tea, and coffee, and what not, that flowed at him, and already broke upon the great windows behind him in an impure mist and rain.
The consequences were uproarious beyond belief; but no one seemed to care; on the contrary, the mother and daughter laughed heartily, and enjoyed it very much; and the latter, soon beginning to mingle in the sports, got pillaged by the young brigands most ruthlessly.