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Pronunciation of Mixing: Learn how to pronounce Mixing in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word mix:

verb
[with object]
1combine or put together to form one substance or mass:
peppercorns are sometimes mixed with other spices
these two chemicals, when mixed together, literally explode
[no object, often with negative] (of different substances) be able to be combined to form one substance or mass:
oil and water don’t mix
make or prepare by combining various ingredients:
mixing concrete is hard physical work
juxtapose or put together to form a whole whose constituent parts are still distinct:
he continues to mix an off-hand sense of humour with a sharp insight
2 [no object] (of a person) associate with others socially:
the people he mixed with were nothing to do with show business
3(especially in sound recording) combine (two or more signals or soundtracks) into one:
up to eight tracks can be mixed simultaneously
produce (a sound signal or recording) by combining a number of separate signals or recorded soundtracks:
it was everyone’s dream to mix their album in their front room
4 (mix it) informal be belligerent physically or verbally:
he can’t afford to mix it any more with a six-month suspended ban hanging over him
noun
1 [usually in singular] two or more different qualities, things, or people placed, combined, or considered together:
the decor is a fascinating mix of antique and modern
a group of people of different types within a particular society or community:
the school has a good social mix
the proportion of different people or other constituents that make up a mixture:
arriving at the correct mix of full-time to part-time staff
trousers made from a cotton and polyester mix
2 [often with modifier] a commercially prepared mixture of ingredients for making a particular type of food or a product such as concrete:
cake mixes have made cooking easier
3 [often with modifier] a version of a recording in which the component tracks are mixed in a different way from the original:
a dance mix version of ‘This Charming Man’
an image or sound produced by the combination of two separate images or sounds:
titling mixes are added when vision and sound are still on separate film
Phrases
be (or get) mixed up in
be (or become) involved in (something regarded as dubious or dishonest):
Steve was mixed up in an insurance swindle
be (or get) mixed up with
be (or become) associated with (someone unsuitable or unreliable):
how did you get mixed up with that layabout?
mix and match
select and combine different but complementary items, such as clothing or pieces of equipment, to form a coordinated set:
mix and match this season’s colours for a combination that says ‘winter’
[as modifier]:
a mix-and-match menu
mix one’s drinks
drink different kinds of alcohol in close succession:
he’d been going from bar to bar, mixing his drinks
Phrasal Verbs
mix something up
1spoil the order or arrangement of a collection of things:
disconnect all the cables, mix them up then try to reconnect them
2 (mix someone/thing up) confuse someone or something with another person or thing:
I’d got her mixed up with her sister
Derivatives
mixable
adjective
Origin:
late Middle English: back-formation from mixed (taken as a past participle)