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mixture (n.)

early 15c., "that which results from mixing;" mid-15c. "act of mixing, state of being mixed;" from Old French misture and directly from Latin mixtura "a mixing," from mixtus (from PIE root *meik- "to mix"). Earlier in both senses was mixtion (late 14c.), from Medieval Latin mixtionem.

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Definitions of mixture

mixture (n.)
(chemistry) a substance consisting of two or more substances mixed together (not in fixed proportions and not with chemical bonding);
mixture (n.)
any foodstuff made by combining different ingredients;
he drank a mixture of beer and lemonade
mixture (n.)
a collection containing a variety of sorts of things;
Synonyms: assortment / mixed bag / miscellany / miscellanea / variety / salmagundi / smorgasbord / potpourri / motley
mixture (n.)
an event that combines things in a mixture;
a gradual mixture of cultures
Synonyms: mix
mixture (n.)
the act of mixing together;
Synonyms: mix / commixture / admixture / intermixture / mixing
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Dictionary entries near mixture

mix

mixed

mixer

mixo-

mixologist

mixture

mix-up

miz

mizzen

Mme.

mnemonic