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English definition of “mingle”

mingle

verb  /ˈmɪŋ·ɡəl/ us  

mingle verb (MIX)

[I/T] to mix with; combine: [T] Her excitement at starting the new job was mingled with fear.

mingle verb (BE WITH)

[I] to be with or among other people, esp. talking to them: He seems to be mingling with the other guests.
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