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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmixedmixed /mΙͺkst/ ●●○ adjective πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 [only before noun]VARIOUS/OF DIFFERENT KINDS consisting of several different types of things or people πŸ”Š a very mixed group of women πŸ”Š a mixed salad2 β†’ mixed feelings/emotions3 β†’ mixed reaction/response/reviews etc4 especially British EnglishSEX/GENDER for both males and females πŸ”Š a mixed school5 β†’ a mixed blessing6 β†’ a mixed bag7 β†’ (of) mixed race8 β†’ in mixed company β†’ mixed metaphor at metaphor(2)
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mixedβ€’ One hall of residence is for men, one is for women and the third is mixed.β€’ Reactions to the announcement were somewhat mixed.β€’ The show draws a mixed audience of children and adults.β€’ Place a plastic bag in your pot and fill with ready mixed cement.β€’ But the College says it's now as a mixed college the Somerville can best function and encourage academic excellence in women.β€’ Beat in the mixed dried fruit and milk and turn into the prepared can.β€’ Many new step-parents will admit to having mixed emotions about their new family.β€’ The other girls had mixed feelings, some of them were happy for me but some were jealous.β€’ a salad of mixed greensβ€’ The mixed honours degrees mentioned below specifically cater for the non-vocational law student.β€’ This is a very mixed neighborhood, both racially and socially.β€’ After beating the cake mixture, add a handful of mixed nuts.β€’ If the New Deal is judged by its economic success alone, then the verdict must be a mixed one.β€’ a mixed-race familyβ€’ Brisbane High was a mixed school so we had plenty to distract us from our lessons.β€’ Also, would you recommend traditional or reverse-flow undergravel filtration for a mixed set-up?β€’ A geezer down in Catford once mixed smack with flour.
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