English version

mix and match

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmix and matchmix and matchDCto choose to put different things together from a range of possibilities They can mix and match their uniform, wearing either a sweatshirt or blouse with trousers or a skirt. mix
Examples from the Corpus
mix and matchCreative maps have been drawn, land swaps considered, municipal powers mixed and matched.But juicy fruit-punch shades like orange and lime to be mixed and matched are equally hot.Female speaker Voice over It's mix and match at Chipping Norton, where they're staging their first ever mixed fours.Lenders may mix and match Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac requirements.The mix and match formula ensures that shareholders are treated on an equal basis.Chairman Charles Dolan moves close to realizing his longtime vision of mixing and matching sporting events on different levels of television.This is what allows you to adjust the colours and mix and match them for your new palette.You can mix and match this home-office furniture to fit your needs.The units may be mixed and matched with topics already being delivered in early stages to provide a scientific context.
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