Synonyms of mix in English:

mix


See definition of mix

verb

1‘mix all the ingredients together’

SYNONYMS

blend, mingle, combine, put together, stir, jumble, merge

fuse, unite, unify, join, amalgamate, incorporate, fold in, meld, marry, mesh, compound, alloy, coalesce, homogenize, intermingle, intermix, interweave, interpenetrate, interlace

cross, cross-breed, hybridize, integrate, emulsify, premix

shuffle, shift around

informal blunge

rare admix, commingle, interflow, commix

ANTONYMS

separate, divide

2‘she mixes with all sorts’

SYNONYMS

associate, socialize, mingle, meet, get together, have dealings, fraternize, circulate, keep company, rub shoulders, consort, move, go out

North American rub elbows

informal hang around, hang out, knock about, knock around, hobnob

British informal hang about

ANTONYMS

keep oneself to oneself

3‘we're like oil and water—we just don't mix’

SYNONYMS

be compatible, get along, get on, fit together, be in harmony, be like-minded, be of the same mind, be of like mind, see eye to eye, agree

informal hit it off, click, be on the same wavelength


noun

1‘the decor is a fascinating mix of antique and modern’

SYNONYMS

mixture, blend, mingling, combination, compound, fusion, composition, concoction, brew, alloy, merger, union, amalgamation, amalgam, coalition, cross, hybrid

medley, melange, diversity, collection, selection, assortment, variety, mixed bag, miscellany, assemblage, motley collection, pot-pourri, conglomeration, jumble, mess, confusion, mishmash, hotchpotch, hodgepodge, ragbag, pastiche, patchwork, farrago, hash

informal scissors-and-paste job, mash-up

rare gallimaufry, omnium gatherum, olio, salmagundi, macédoine


Phrases

    mix something up

      1‘mix up the filler paste with its catalyst’

      SYNONYMS

      blend, mingle, combine, put together, stir, jumble, merge

      fuse, unite, unify, join, amalgamate, incorporate, fold in, meld, marry, mesh, compound, alloy, coalesce, homogenize, intermingle, intermix, interweave, interpenetrate, interlace

      cross, cross-breed, hybridize, integrate, emulsify, premix

      shuffle, shift around

      informal

      blunge

      rare

      admix, commingle, interflow, commix

      2‘I'm sorry, I mixed up the dates’

      SYNONYMS

      confuse, get confused, muddle, muddle up, get muddled up, get jumbled up, scramble, mistake

    mixed up in

      ‘I'm sure he was mixed up in this business’

      SYNONYMS

      involved in, embroiled in, entangled in, drawn into, caught up in, a party to