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Translation of "mix" - English-Turkish dictionary

mix

verb     /mɪks/
COMBINE SUBSTANCES [I, T]
A2 If two or more substances mix, they combine to make one substance, and if you mix two or more substances, you combine them to make one substance. karışmak, karıştırmak; birleşmek, birleştirmek Mix the powder with water to form a paste. Put the chocolate, butter, and egg in a bowl and mix them all together. Oil and water don't mix.Mixing and mixturesVariety and mixturesConnecting and combiningGroups and collections of things
COMBINE QUALITIES ETC [I, T]
B1 to have or do two or more qualities, styles, activities, etc at the same time karıştırmak, karmak a feeling of anger mixed with sadnessConnecting and combiningVariety and mixturesMixing and mixtures
MEET [I]
B2 to meet and talk to people kaynaşmak, karışmak; anlaşmak She enjoys going to parties and mixing with people.Being, becoming friends and getting to know someone
(Definition of mix verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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