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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 ?
Knights and ladies, elves and pages, monks and flower girls, all mingled gaily in the dance.
There were strange, rare odors abroad-- a tangle of the sea smell and of weeds and damp, new-plowed earth, mingled with the heavy perfume of a field of white blossoms somewhere near.
The alarmed colonists believed that the yells of the savages mingled with every fitful gust of wind that issued from the interminable forests of the west.
If his ideas were occasionally too clever, and not always consistent with a high sense of honor, she was none the less interested to know the ethics of that world of speculation into which her father had plunged, and the more convinced, with mingled sense of pride and anxiety, that his still dominant gentlemanhood would prevent his coping with it on equal terms.
What is called poetic insight is the gift of discerning, in this sphere of strangely mingled elements, the beauty and the majesty which are compelled to assume a garb so sordid.
And here his descendants have been born and died, and have mingled their earthly substance with the soil, until no small portion of it must necessarily be akin to the mortal frame wherewith, for a little while, I walk the streets.
In one corner stood a huge bag of wool, ready to be spun; in another, a quantity of linsey-woolsey just from the loom; ears of Indian corn, and strings of dried apples and peaches, hung in gay festoons along the walls, mingled with the gaud of red peppers; and a door left ajar gave him a peep into the best parlor, where the claw-footed chairs and dark mahogany tables shone like mirrors; andirons, with their accompanying shovel and tongs, glistened from their covert of asparagus tops; mock- oranges and conch - shells decorated the mantelpiece; strings of various-colored birds eggs were suspended above it; a great ostrich egg was hung from the centre of the room, and a corner cupboard, knowingly left open, displayed immense treasures of old silver and well-mended china.
An instant before, Stubb had swiftly caught two additional turns with it round the loggerhead, whence, by reason of its increased rapid circlings, a hempen blue smoke now jetted up and mingled with the steady fumes from his pipe.
But the mingled, mingling threads of life are woven by warp and woof: calms crossed by storms, a storm for every calm.
All the noise and hum of the boat, the groaning of the machinery, mingled dreamily to her bewildered ear; and the poor, dumb-stricken heart had neither cry not tear to show for its utter misery.
I, who cannot stay in my chamber for a single day without acquiring some rust, and when sometimes I have stolen forth for a walk at the eleventh hour, or four o'clock in the afternoon, too late to redeem the day, when the shades of night were already beginning to be mingled with the daylight, have felt as if I had committed some sin to be atoned for,--I confess that I am astonished at the power of endurance, to say nothing of the moral insensibility, of my neighbors who confine themselves to shops and offices the whole day for weeks and months, aye, and years almost together.
They returned home to breakfast, and all went well, and in due course the golden hair that had mingled with the poor shoemaker's white locks in the Paris garret, were mingled with them again in the morning sunlight, on the threshold of the door at parting.