名词:mingler 动词过去式:mingled 过去分词:mingled 现在分词:mingling 第三人称单数:mingles
1 (a) [I, Ipr, Ip] ~ with sth/~ (together) form a mixture with sth; combine 与某物混合; 结合
*The waters of the two rivers mingled (together) to form one river. 两条河汇合成一条.
(b) [Tn, Tn.pr, Tn.p] ~ A with B/~ A and B (together) mix one thing with another; combine things together 将一物与另一物混合; 将事物结合一起
*truth mingled with falsehood 搀杂虚假成分的事实
* The priest mingled the water with the wine. 牧师在水中兑上酒.
* He mingled the water and wine (together). 他把水和酒混在一起了.
2 [I, Ipr, Ip] ~ with sb/sth; ~ (together) go about among sb/sth; associate with sb/sth 混进某些人[某事物]中; 与某人[某事物]交往或联系
*Security men mingled with the crowd. 保安人员混杂在人群中.
v past tense and past participlemingledpresent participlemingling
[Date: 1400-1500; Origin: meng 'to mix' (11-19 centuries), from Old English mengan]
[I and T]
if two feelings, sounds, smells etc mingle, they mix together with each other
Add the mint and allow the flavours to mingle.
Her perfume mingled with the smell of woodsmoke from the fire.
be mingled with sth
Her excitement was mingled with a slight feeling of fear.
if you mingle at a party, you move around the room and talk to lots of different people
She was eager to mingle with the other guests.
1. The two rivers mingle their waters here. 这两条河在这里汇合起来了。