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mixed

adjective
 
 
/mɪkst/
showing a mixture of different feelings or opinions
混合的;混雜的
There has been a mixed reaction to the changes.
對於那些變化有不同的反應。
Variety and mixturesMixing and mixturesGroups and collections of things
for both sexes
男女混合的
Our children go to a mixed school.
我們的孩子都唸男女校。
Some of his jokes were too rude for mixed company (= a group where both males and females are present).
在有男有女的場合下,他的一些笑話就顯得太粗魯了。
Gender-related attributesKinds of womenKinds of men
combining people of a different religion or race
不同宗教(或種族)混合的
a mixed marriage
異族通婚
Race and ethnicityRacial issuesRelationships in general
(Definition of mixed from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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