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mixture

noun [C]  us   /ˈmɪks·tʃər/
a combination of substances resulting from mixing them together so that they cannot be easily separated: It’s a highly explosive mixture and has to be handled carefully. A mixture is also any combination of different things: Good fashion designers often rely on a mixture of the old and the new.
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