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jumble

verb /ˈdʒambl/
(often with upor together) to mix or throw together without order
desordenar
In this puzzle, the letters of all the words have been jumbled (up) His shoes and clothes were all jumbled (together) in the cupboard.
jumble sale noun (British ) a sale of unwanted possessions, eg used clothing, usually to raise money for a charity etc.
rastrillo benéfico
(Definition of jumble from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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