French translation of 'mingle'
1. [people] se mélanger entre eux
Get out and mingle a bit. Sors un peu et rencontre des gens.
to mingle with se mêler à
2. [sounds, smells, feelings] se mêler
to mingle with sth se mêler à qch
mêler ⧫ mélanger
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Example Sentences Including 'mingle'
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Western brands and western money mingle effortlessly with local culture.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Competition is fierce from wannabes who see stunt work as the chance to mingle with film stars in exotic locations and crash fast cars.The Sun (2015)
He left instructions that after his own death their ashes should be mingled and scattered together.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
It was Sunday and we mingled happily with the local families enjoying the weekend.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
People move and mingle; you can't pin blood and soil together.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Q Do you mingle with the stars of the other soaps?The Sun (2010)
At Wasps, the players of both sides happily mingled with spectators in the spring sunshine.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Here he was, mingling with sporting stars and worshipped by them because he had made them rich overnight.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Glamorous guests mingle at the bar while jazz noodles in the background.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
The flavours can happily mingle for an hour or so before you eat.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
There's something incredibly satisfying about not paying hundreds of dollars and mingling with people who have.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
A few students mingle into a local crowd.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
And he has mingled with the stars.The Sun (2008)
It was intended as a friendly service to help people to rent out spare rooms and mingle with globetrotting guests.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Parts of all three vases were mingled together and the position of each piece had to be painstakingly documented to aid the reconstruction.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
She claims migrants do not speak English and make no attempt to mingle with locals.The Sun (2014)
Soon she was mingling with the stars.The Sun (2017)
They mingled with guests afterwards but didn't stay for lunch.The Sun (2010)
He likes to mingle with people.Christianity Today (2000)
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'mingle' in Other Languages
British English: mingle VERB
smells If things such as sounds, smells, or feelings mingle, they become mixed together but are usually still recognizable.
Now the cheers and applause mingled in a single sustained roar.
British English: mingle VERB
at party At a party, if you mingle with the other people there, you move around and talk to them.
Go out of your way to mingle with others at the wedding.
Translation of mingle from the Collins English to French Dictionary