动词过去式:mixed 过去分词:mixed 现在分词:mixing 第三人称单数:mixes 形容词:mixable
1 [Tn, Tn.p, Dn.n, Dn.pr] ~ sth (up) (for sb/sth) make or prepare sth by putting substances, etc together so that they are no longer distinct 混合或搀和某物
*mix cement, mortar, etc 和水泥、灰浆等
* mix cocktails, drinks, etc 兑鸡尾酒、饮料等
* He mixed his guests a salad. 他给客人拌色拉.
* She mixed a cheese sauce for the fish. 她调吃鱼用的奶酪沙司.
* The chemist mixed (up) some medicine for me. 药剂师给我配了些药.
2 (a) [I, Ipr, Ip] ~ with sth/~ (together) be able to be combined; make a suitable combination 能相混合; 结合适当
*Oil and water don't mix. 油和水不能混合.
* Oil won't mix with water. 油不能和水混合.
* Pink and blue mix well together. 粉色和蓝色在一起很协调.
(b) [Tn, Tn.pr, Tn.p] ~ A with B/~ A and B (together) combine one thing with another; blend things together 使一物与另一物混合; 拌和; 搀和
*mix the sugar with the flour 把糖与面粉和在一起
* (fig 比喻) Don't try to mix business with pleasure. 不要把正事和娱乐混在一起.
* Don't mix your drinks (ie have different ones in close succession) at parties! 在宴会上别接连喝不同种类的酒!
* If you mix red and yellow, you get orange. 把红色和黄色混在一起就是橙色.
* Many women successfully mix marriage and a career. 很多妇女都能做到婚姻、事业两不误.
* Many races are mixed together in Brazil. 在巴西, 有多种民族杂居在一起.
3 [I, Ipr] ~ (with sb/sth) (of people) come or be together socially （指人）相处, 交往
*He finds it hard to mix at parties. 他感到很难在聚会上与人攀谈.
* In my job, I mix with all sorts of people. 我在工作中常和各种人打交道.
4 (idm 习语) be/get mixed `up in sth (infml 口) be/become involved in or connected with sth 和某事物有牵连或有关联
*I don't want to be mixed up in the affair. 我不想牵连到这件事情中去. be/get mixed `up with sb (infml 口) be/become associated with sb (esp sb disreputable) 与某人（尤指名誉不佳者）来往, 厮混
*Don't get mixed up with him -- he's a crook! 别跟他厮混--他是个无赖! mix it (with sb); US mix it up (with sb) (sl 俚) start a quarrel or a fight 吵嘴; 打架
*Don't try mixing it with me -- I've got a gun! 别想跟我打架--我可有枪!
5 (phr v) mix sth in (esp in cooking) combine one ingredient with another （尤指烹饪时）和入, 搀进
*Mix the eggs in slowly. 把鸡蛋慢慢搀入其中.
* Mix in the butter when melted. 黄油化了再搀进去. mix sth into sth
(a) add (another ingredient) to sth and combine the two 将（另一成分）加进某物中混匀
*mix the yeast into the flour 往面粉里加酵母後和匀.
(b) make sth by blending (one or more ingredients) 混合（某成分）做某物
*mix the flour and water into a smooth paste 把水和面和成光滑的面团. mix sb up (about/over sth) cause sb to become confused 把某人弄糊涂
*Now you've mixed me up completely! 你可把我完全弄糊涂了! mix sb/sth up (with sb/sth) confuse sb/sth with sb/sth else; be unable to distinguish between (people or things) 混淆某人[某事物]与他人[他事物]; 分辨不出（两人或两事物）
*You're always mixing me up with my twin sister! 你老是把我和我的挛生妹妹弄混了!
* I got the tickets mixed up and gave you mine. 我把票混在一起了, 结果把我的给你了.
1 [C usu sing 通常作单数] mixture or combination of things or people （事物或人的）混合, 结合
*a good social, racial, etc mix, eg in a group of students 由不同社会阶层、种族组成的和睦群体.
2 [C, U] mixture of ingredients sold for making kinds of food, etc （供出售的）食物混合配料
*a packet of `cake mix 一包蛋糕混合料.
1. Expand your world. Many discoveries in science, engineering and the arts mix ideas from different fields. Consider "The Two-String Problem." 拓展你的视野。许多理工和人文科学方面的发现都融合了不同领域中的思想。以"两绳问题"为例。
2. We mix oil and vinegar to put on salad. 我们把油和醋搀和在一起，用来拌色拉。
3. When personalities don't mix, the excitement of being away at college can quickly grow stale. 彼此性格不合时，离家上大学的那种兴奋感就会立刻变得索然无味。
4. They show that the Khoisan may be a very ancient mix of west Asians and black Africans. 基因研究表明科伊桑人可能是古代西亚人与非洲黑人的混血，
5. And Melissa is very fond of hot chocolate, which is why she bought the powdered hot chocolate mix, though she never drinks it herself. 梅莉莎非常喜爱热巧克力，所以她买了速溶热巧克力粉，虽然她自己从来不喝这东西。
6. As usual, I made noises with the cards without bothering to mix them, much less read them. 与往常一样，我做出洗牌的声音，却根本没有费心去洗，更别谈读牌了。
7. For example, dirty sewage (污水沟系统) water from homes and factories must not mix with drinking water. 例如：从家里和工厂里排放出来的污水是绝不可和饮用水混在一起的。