Definition of 'mix up'
Example sentences containing 'mix-up'
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Makes me wonder if Fate didn't mix up the cards a bit, dealing us exactly the wrong partners at the wrong time. WHERE THE HEART IS (2001)
For the moment I was thinking about the mix-up with the lighters. THE EXECUTION (2001)`She had reservations at one hotel, but there was a mix-up. ROSES ARE FOR THE RICH (2001)
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Used Occasionally. mix-up is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'mix up'
British English: mix up /mɪks ʌp/ VERB
If you mix up two things or people, you confuse them, so that you think that one of them is the other one.
I mixed her up with someone else.
- American English: mix up
- Arabic: يَخْلِطُ بَيْنَ
- Brazilian Portuguese: confundir
- Chinese: 混淆
- Croatian: zamijeniti
- Czech: poplést si dva lidi
- Danish: forveksle
- Dutch: verwarren
- European Spanish: confundir
- Finnish: sekoittaa toisiinsa
- French: confondre
- German: vermischen
- Greek: συγχέω
- Italian: scambiare
- Japanese: 混同する
- Korean: 혼합하다
- Norwegian: forveksle
- Polish: pomieszać
- European Portuguese: misturar
- Romanian: a încurca
- Russian: перепутать
- Spanish: confundirse
- Swedish: förväxla
- Thai: ทำให้สับสน
- Turkish: karıştırmak salata, baharat vb
- Ukrainian: переплутати
- Vietnamese: nhầm lẫn
Definition of mix up from the Collins English Dictionary
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