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mixmix2 ●●○ noun  1 [singular]VARIOUS/OF DIFFERENT KINDS the particular combination of things or people in a group or thingmix of a good mix of people We felt that between us we had the right mix of skills. a complicated mix of colours and textures the region’s rich ethnic mix (=people of different races)2 [countable, uncountable]DFC a combination of substances that you mix together to make something such as a cake syn mixturecake/soup etc mix Add water to the cake mix and bake at 375°F.3 [countable] a particular arrangement of sounds, voices, or different pieces of music used on a pop record the dance mix
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mixIt is a mix of staff, says Shandell, which also helps get things done when dealing with ministerial bureaucracy.What cake mix did you use - it's really good.J., get snagged in the complicated mix of state gun laws.She went to New York, where she began to meet a different mix of people -- artists, designers, and art collectors.The United States also has a far greater ethnic mix than Britain.There's a real ethnic mix in the city nowadays.The market square is a fascinating mix of ancient and modern.lemonade mixThe marketing mix is a central feature of an organization's tactical plan for a particular market.The active virus has been suppressed, perhaps eliminated, in 21 of 24 chronic patients given the mix.mix ofDes Jardins' mix of cultures is reflected in the food she cooks.cake/soup etc mixIn a large mixing bowl combine cake mix and pudding.Place the chicken in an ovenproof casserole and sprinkle the dry soup mix over.It wasn't as splashy as water - it was sort of like cake mix.Stir nuts and water into remaining cake mix mixture, then sprinkle over filling.Christmas tree cake rack Miniature trees on a rack for sponge cake mixes and jellies.But his meal was a disaster soggy rice and fish in a watery soup mix.