French translation of 'remix'
Example Sentences Including 'remix'
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And there is a dance remix, for which he has shot a video.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Manager planet Mercury oversees your partnership chart and gives you the power to remix a relationship so it is as you want it to be.The Sun (2010)
When it comes to your love life, there's a link between a remix of a song from the past and new love.The Sun (2011)
You are smarter about family relationships and can remix those who take too much and give too little.The Sun (2011)
You can get your message across and remix family relationships so they're stronger but fairer in the way responsibilities are shared.The Sun (2014)
You can remix a love relationship to enjoy it more.The Sun (2013)
You can remix a relationship into what it could and should be.The Sun (2011)
You can remix a relationship so you can stay close and in love, while finding time to chase your personal goals.The Sun (2008)
You can see how life looks through other people's eyes, helping you to remix a relationship so you both enjoy it more.The Sun (2010)
You have a strong sense of what is fair and can remix a relationship run mostly to suit one partner into one you both enjoy more.The Sun (2009)
You remix a relationship to get the right love balance.The Sun (2010)
As the new moon helps you to see love through a partner's eyes, you can remix the relationship so you both enjoy it more.The Sun (2009)
But she is also releasing the extended dance remix on iTunes worldwide as a special treat for fans.The Sun (2015)
But the current sale, which ends today, also includes rights to broadcast and remix the song.The Sun (2007)
The power of Neptune in your emotions chart will help remix a relationship so you both enjoy it more.The Sun (2008)
You can also remix a love relationship, so you both enjoy it more.The Sun (2008)
You can remix a relationship so you both enjoy it more.The Sun (2010)
You can remix a relationship so you enjoy it more or, if you are single, first meet the love of your life.The Sun (2008)
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Used Rarely. remix is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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British English: remix NOUN
A remix is a new version of a piece of music which has been created by putting together the individual instrumental and vocal parts in a different way.
Their new album features remixes of some of their previous hits.
Translation of remix from the Collins English to French Dictionary