WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2015
mixed /mɪkst/USA pronunciationadj. [before a noun]
  • made up of things that are different but of the general type:ate some mixed nuts.
  • of or relating to persons of different religions or races:a mixed marriage.
  • including contrasting, sometimes opposite elements or parts:mixed emotions about going abroad.
  • of or intended for people of different sexes:the mixed doubles tennis matches.


  • Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::

    mixed /mɪkst/ adj
    1. formed or blended together by mixing
    2. composed of different elements, races, sexes, etc: a mixed school
    3. consisting of conflicting elements, thoughts, attitudes, etc

    mixedness /ˈmɪksɪdnɪs/ n



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