Definition of 'mixed up'
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Maybe took himself a little too seriously, got mixed up in politics. STONE CITYPerhaps one of the grandchildren was mixed up in bad company. IN REMEMBRANCE OF ROSEI didn't know he was mixed up in that sort of world, had contacts... "His mouth clamped shut. HIGH STAND
I just hope that crazy mixed-up world out there doesn't ever change you. ROSES ARE FOR THE RICH (2001)Against my will I remembered Martin describing Nicholas as a mixed-up kitten. ABSOLUTE TRUTHS (2001)It was punctuated by flashes of cognition in which his senses worked but in a mixed-up way. CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
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Translations for 'mixed up'
British English: mixed up ADJECTIVE
If you are mixed up, you are confused, often because of emotional or social problems.
I think he's a rather mixed up kid.
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