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mix somebody/something ↔ up phrasal verb (see also )
ˈmix-up noun [countable]


درهم وبرهمی ، اشتباه
mix up
[verb]
Synonyms:
- combine, blend, mix
- confuse, confound, muddle
[noun]
confusion, mess, mistake, misunderstanding, muddle, tangle
Antonyms: straighten (out), straighten (out or up)
English Thesaurus: mistake, error, misprint, typo, inaccuracy, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

mix somebody/something ↔ up phrasal verb (see also mix)

1. to make the mistake of thinking that someone or something is another person or thing Synonym : confuse, muddle up
mix somebody/something ↔ up with
I always mix him up with his brother. They look so much alike.
I think you might be mixing up Wetherall and Newton.
I must have got the times mixed up.

2. to change the way things have been arranged, often by mistake, so that they are no longer in the same order:
My papers got all mixed up.
Books on Scottish history were mixed up with books on volcanoes.

3. to make someone feel confused:
They kept trying to mix me up.

4. to prepare something by mixing things together:
It was hard work mixing up four tonnes of cement.
mixed up, mix-up

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ˈmix-up noun [countable]
informal a mistake that causes confusion about details or arrangements
mix-up in
Geoffrey rushed in late pleading a mix-up in his diary.
mix-up between
A council official blamed a mix-up between departments.
mix-up over
There was a mix-up over the hotel booking.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

mix something up
mix (something) up
to put something in the wrong order or place.
If you mix the photos up in these envelopes I'll never find them.

mix up (someone/something)
to confuse one person or thing with another.
Mrs. Albert was always mixing up the two boys even though they didn't look very much alike.

I mixed the appointment up and went for a haircut on the wrong day.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

mix up
mix (something) up
to put something in the wrong order or place.
If you mix the photos up in these envelopes I'll never find them.

mix up (someone/something)
to confuse one person or thing with another.
Mrs. Albert was always mixing up the two boys even though they didn't look very much alike.

I mixed the appointment up and went for a haircut on the wrong day.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

mix up something
mix up (someone/something)
to confuse one person or thing with another.
Mrs. Albert was always mixing up the two boys even though they didn't look very much alike.

I mixed the appointment up and went for a haircut on the wrong day.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

mix up
v. To confuse; make a mistake about.
Jimmy doesn't know colors yet; he mixes up purple with blue.
Even the twins' mother mixes them up.
Compare: MIXED UP.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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