mix up someone/something Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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mix up someone/something

phrasal verb with mix  us   /mɪks/ verb

mix up someone/something (MISTAKE)

to ​mistake someone or something for someone or something ​else; to ​confuse two ​people or things: It’s ​easy to mix up the ​twins. I mix them up all the ​time.
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