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mixed

 (mĭkst)
adj.
1. Blended together into one unit or mass: mixed baby formula.
2.
a. Consisting or made up of a variety of different entities: a mixed wardrobe; a mixed salad. See Synonyms at miscellaneous.
b. Both favorable and unfavorable: I have mixed feelings about the new ownership.
3.
a. Relating to or made up of people of different races or social classes: people of mixed backgrounds.
b. Made up of, intended for, or open to people of different sexes: always polite in mixed company; a mixed dormitory.
4. Crossbred: dog of a mixed breed.

mixed

(mɪkst)
adj
1. formed or blended together by mixing
2. composed of different elements, races, sexes, etc: a mixed school.
3. consisting of conflicting elements, thoughts, attitudes, etc: mixed feelings; mixed motives.
4. (Law) (of a legal action)
a. having the nature of both a real and a personal action, such as a demand for the return of wrongfully withheld property as well as for damages to compensate for the loss
b. having aspects or issues determinable by different persons or bodies: a mixed question of law and fact.
5. (Botany) (of an inflorescence) containing cymose and racemose branches
6. (Anatomy) (of a nerve) containing both motor and sensory nerve fibres
7. (Mathematics) maths
a. (of a number) consisting of the sum of an integer and a fraction, as 5
b. (of a decimal) consisting of the sum of an integer and a decimal fraction, as 17.43
c. (of an algebraic expression) consisting of the sum of a polynomial and a rational fraction, such as 2x + 4x2 + x
mixedly adv
mixedness n

mixed

(mɪkst)

adj.
1. assembled or formed by mixing.
2. incorporating different systems or elements: a mixed economy.
3. of different kinds combined: mixed nuts.
4. involving or comprising persons of different sex: a mixed doubles tennis match.
5. involving or comprising persons of different class, character, belief, religion, or race: a mixed neighborhood.
6. including contrasting, sometimes incompatible elements: mixed emotions.
[1400–50; late Middle English mixt < Latin mixtus, past participle of miscēre to mingle. compare mix]
mix′ed•ly, adv.

mixed

In artillery and naval gunfire support, a spotting, or an observation, by a spotter or an observer to indicate that the rounds fired resulted in an equal number of air and impact bursts.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.mixed - consisting of a haphazard assortment of different kinds; "an arrangement of assorted spring flowers"; "assorted sizes"; "miscellaneous accessories"; "a mixed program of baroque and contemporary music"; "a motley crew"; "sundry sciences commonly known as social"- I.A.Richards
heterogeneous, heterogenous - consisting of elements that are not of the same kind or nature; "the population of the United States is vast and heterogeneous"
2.mixed - involving or composed of different racesmixed - involving or composed of different races; "interracial schools"; "a mixed neighborhood"
integrated - not segregated; designated as available to all races or groups; "integrated schools"

mixed

adjective
1. uncertain, conflicting, confused, doubtful, unsure, muddled, contradictory, ambivalent, indecisive, equivocal I came home from the meeting with mixed feelings.
4. combined, blended, fused, alloyed, united, compound, incorporated, composite, mingled, amalgamated silver jewellery with mixed metals and semi-precious stones
combined pure, isolated, unmixed

mixed

adjective
Translations
مُخْتَلَطمُختَلِطٌمُخْتَلَط، من النَّوْعَيْن
smíšený
blandetfælles
seka-
pomiješan
kevert
blandaîur
混合した
뒤섞인
mešan
blandad
ที่ผสมกัน
pha trộn

mixed

[mɪkst]
A. ADJ
1. (= varied) [selection] → variado; (= assorted) [biscuits, sweets, vegetables] → surtido, variado
a mixed crowd turned upapareció un grupo muy variopinto, apareció un grupo con gente de todo tipo
a mixed bag (= some good, some bad) → un poco de todo, una mezcla de todo; (= with good variety) → una gran variedad
a mixed bunchun grupo variopinto, un batiburrillo de gente
my class were a mixed bunchmi clase era un grupo variopinto
2. (= both good and bad) [reviews, reactions] → diverso
to be a mixed blessingtener su lado bueno y su lado malo
mixed feelingssentimientos mpl encontrados
to have mixed feelings about sthno tener muy claro algo, tener sus dudas acerca de algo
the government's proposals have had a mixed receptionlas propuestas del gobierno han sido recibidas con reservas or han tenido una acogida desigual
with mixed resultscon resultados desiguales or diversos
we had mixed weatherel tiempo fue variable
3. (= of different races) [parentage, marriage] → mixto
of mixed racemestizo
4. (= for both sexes) [school, education, bathing] → mixto
in mixed companycon personas de ambos sexos
I wouldn't say it in mixed companyno lo diría delante de personas del otro sexo
B. CPD mixed ability class Nclase f con niveles de aptitud distintos
mixed doubles NPL (Sport) → (dobles mpl) mixtos mpl
mixed economy Neconomía f mixta
mixed farming Nagricultura f mixta
mixed fruit Nfrutas fpl surtidas
mixed grill N (Brit) → parrillada f mixta
mixed herbs NPLsurtido m de hierbas
mixed marriage Nmatrimonio m mixto (de esposos de religión o raza distintas)
mixed metaphor Nmetáfora f disparada
mixed salad Nensalada f mixta
mixed spice Nmezcla f de especias

mixed

[ˈmɪkst] adj
[school, class] → mixte
a mixed school → une école mixte
[flowers] → assorti(e); [herbs] → mélangé(e)
a teaspoon of mixed herbs → une cuillerée à café de fines herbes mélangées mixed salad
(= diverse) [group, community] → mixte
a very mixed group of people → un groupe de personnes très diverses
racially mixed → pluriethnique
(= some good, some bad) [results] → mitigé(e); [reactions, responses] → mitigé(e)
The idea has already had a fairly mixed reception in the House of Representatives → L'idée a déjà reçu un accueil assez mitigé à la Chambre des représentants.
to produce mixed results → produire des résultats mitigés
mixed fortunes → des fortunes diverses
to have mixed fortunes → connaître des fortunes diverses
to have mixed feelings → avoir des sentiments mitigés or partagés
I came home from the meeting with mixed feelings → Je suis rentré de la réunion avec des sentiments mitigés or partagés.
to have mixed feelings about sth → avoir des sentiments partagés sur qch
to have mixed feelings towards sb → avoir des sentiments partagés sur qnmixed-ability mixed ability [ˌmɪkstəˈbɪlɪti] adj [class] → sans groupes de niveaux
mixed ability teaching → enseignement sans groupes de niveaux
mixed-ability group → classe f sans groupes de niveauxmixed bag n
to be a mixed bag → être un mélangemixed blessing n
it's a mixed blessing → cela a du bon et du mauvaismixed doubles npldouble m mixtemixed economy néconomie f mixtemixed forest nforêt f mixtemixed grill n (British)assortiment m de grilladesmixed marriage nmariage m mixtemixed media adjmultimédiamixed metaphor nmétaphore f oséemixed race n
to be of mixed race → être métis
a woman of mixed race → une femme métissemixed-race [ˌmɪkstˈreɪs] adj [person] → métis(se)mixed salad nsalade f mixtemixed up adj
(= confused) [person] → déboussolé(e)
I think he's a rather mixed up kid → Je pense que c'est un gamin plutôt déboussolé.
to get mixed up → ne plus savoir où on en est
I'm getting mixed up → Je ne sais plus où j'en suis.
to get mixed up about sth → ne plus savoir où on en est avec qch
I get mixed up about times and places → Je ne sais plus où j'en suis avec les horaires et les lieux.
to get sth mixed up [+ facts, dates, names] → confondre qch
(= involved) to be mixed up in sth → être mêlé(e) à qch
How could David be mixed up in a murder? → Comment David pourrait-il être mêlé à un meurtre?
to get mixed up with sb → s'acoquiner avec qn
Why did I ever get mixed up with you? → Pourquoi me suis-je jamais acoquiné avec toi?

mixed

adj
(= assorted)gemischt; mixed nuts/biscuitsNuss-/Keksmischung f
(= of both sexes) choir, bathing, schoolgemischt; in mixed companyin gemischter Gesellschaft
(= varied)gemischt; (= both good and bad)unterschiedlich; of mixed race or parentagegemischtrassig; a class of mixed abilityeine Klasse mit Schülern unterschiedlicher Leistungsstärke; a mixed set of peopleeine bunt zusammengewürfelte Gruppe; I have mixed feelings about himich habe ihm gegenüber zwiespältige Gefühle; to have mixed feelings about somethingetw mit gemischten Gefühlen betrachten; with mixed resultsmit wechselndem or geteiltem Erfolg

mixed

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mixed-ability
adj group, classmit unterschiedlicher Leistungsstärke; mixed teaching gemeinsamer Unterricht für Schüler mit unterschiedlicher Leistungsstärke
mixed bag
nbunte Mischung; the students are a bit of a mixeddie Studenten sind eine ziemlich bunt gemischte Truppe (inf); a very mixed of activitieseine bunte Mischung unterschiedlichster Aktivitäten
mixed blessing
n it’s a mixeddas ist ein zweischneidiges Schwert; children are a mixedKinder sind kein reines Vergnügen
mixed bunch
n (lit)bunt gemischter Blumenstrauß; (fig: = people) → eine bunt gemischte Truppe (inf); a mixed of productsein bunt gemischtes Angebot
mixed cloth
mixed doubles
pl (Sport) → gemischtes Doppel
mixed drink
nMixgetränk nt
mixed economy
mixed farming
nAckerbau und Viehzucht (+pl vb)
mixed grill
nGrillteller m
mixed marriage
nMischehe f
mixed-media
adj workmittelmedial
mixed metaphor
ngemischte Metapher, Bildervermengung f
mixed pickles
plMixed Pickles pl, → Mixedpickles pl
mixed-race
adj childrengemischtrassig
mixed school
nKoedukationsschule f
mixed-up
adj attr, mixed up
adj preddurcheinander pred; (= muddled) person also, ideaskonfus; she’s just a crazy mixed kid (inf)sie ist total verdreht; I’m all mixed upich bin völlig durcheinander; he got all mixed uper hat alles durcheinandergebracht; I got mixed up about the timesich habe die Zeiten verwechselt

mixed

[mɪkst] adj (biscuits, nuts) → assortito/a; (school) → misto/a
in mixed company → in presenza di persone di entrambi i sessi
we had mixed weather → il tempo è stato un po' bello e un po' brutto
I have mixed feelings → sono combattuto
the announcement got a mixed reception → non tutti hanno accolto favorevolmente l'annuncio
mixed metaphor → metafora che non sta in piedi

mix

(miks) verb
1. to put or blend together to form one mass. She mixed the butter and sugar together; He mixed the blue paint with the yellow paint to make green paint.
2. to prepare or make by doing this. She mixed the cement in a bucket.
3. to go together or blend successfully to form one mass. Oil and water don't mix.
4. to go together socially. People of different races were mixing together happily.
noun
1. the result of mixing things or people together. London has an interesting racial mix.
2. a collection of ingredients used to make something. (a) cake-mix.
mixed adjective
1. consisting of different kinds. I have mixed feelings about leaving home; mixed races; a mixed population.
2. done, used etc by people of different sexes. mixed tennis.
ˈmixer noun
a person or thing that mixes; a thing which is used for mixing. an electric food-mixer.
mixture (ˈmikstʃə) noun
1. the result of mixing things or people together. a mixture of eggs, flour and milk.
2. a number of things mixed together and used for a given purpose. The doctor gave the baby some cough mixture.
3. the act of mixing.
ˈmix-up noun
a confused situation etc. a mix-up over the concert tickets.
be mixed up (in, *with)
to be involved. He was mixed up in that burglary / with some drug-takers.
mix up
1. to blend together. I need to mix up another tin of paint.
2. to confuse or muddle. I'm always mixing the twins up.
3. to confuse or upset. You've mixed me up completely with all this information.

mixed

مُختَلِطٌ smíšený blandet gemischt ανακατεμένος mezclado seka- mélangé pomiješan misto 混合した 뒤섞인 gemengd blandet różnorodny misturado смешанный blandad ที่ผสมกัน karışık pha trộn 复杂的

mixed

a. mezclado-a, asociado-a.

mixed

adj mezclado; (in medical nomenclature) mixto; — connective tissue disease enfermedad mixta del tejido conectivo
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Of a sudden things became mortal that before had learnt to be immortal, and things unmixed before mixed.
Between road and house is an orchard and flower-garden all mixed up together.
My friends, I will not be mixed up and confounded with others.
The flour pan in which their daily bread was mixed stood on the rude table side by side with the "prospecting pans," half full of gold washed up from their morning's work; the front windows of the newer tenements looked upon the one single thoroughfare, but the back door opened upon the uncleared wilderness, still haunted by the misshapen bulk of bear or the nightly gliding of catamount.
Then he went to his dressing bag and from a phial mixed a little draught.
The attendants brought on the oath-offerings and mixed the wine in the mixing-bowls; they poured water over the hands of the chieftains, and the son of Atreus drew the dagger that hung by his sword, and cut wool from the lambs' heads; this the men-servants gave about among the Trojan and Achaean princes, and the son of Atreus lifted up his hands in prayer.
About four o'clock, the soil, generally composed of a thick mud mixed with petrified wood, changed by degrees, and it became more stony, and seemed strewn with conglomerate and pieces of basalt, with a sprinkling of lava.
Sir James never liked Ladislaw, and Will always preferred to have Sir James's company mixed with another kind: they were on a footing of reciprocal tolerance which was made quite easy only when Dorothea and Celia were present.
When she had got them into her house, she set them upon benches and seats and mixed them a mess with cheese, honey, meal, and Pramnian wine, but she drugged it with wicked poisons to make them forget their homes, and when they had drunk she turned them into pigs by a stroke of her wand, and shut them up in her pig-styes.
There is the ideal of an aristocracy and the ideal of what he calls constitutional government, a mixed constitution.
And meet it is, that over these sea-pastures, wide-rolling watery prairies and Potters' Fields of all four continents, the waves should rise and fall, and ebb and flow unceasingly; for here, millions of mixed shades and shadows, drowned dreams, somnambulisms, reveries; all that we call lives and souls, lie dreaming, dreaming, still; tossing like slumberers in their beds; the ever-rolling waves but made so by their restlessness.
You will not take it amiss if I express my strong disapproval of your allowing yourself, on any pretense whatever, to be mixed up for the future with your sister's proceedings.