1 mingle, combine, intermingle, blend, incorporate, put together, merge, unite, alloy, commingle, amalgamate, coalesce:
Mix the ingredients to a creamy consistency.
2 socialize, fraternize, consort, hobnob, go round or around or about (together), get together, keep company, join (with), associate (with), Colloq hang out or about or round or around (with):
The Hatfields and the McCoys do not mix very well, so you'd best invite them separately
3 mix in. add, stir in, combine, fold in:
Mix in the chocolate at the very end.
4 mix up.
(b) confuse, confound, bewilder, muddle, perplex, puzzle, fluster, upset; addle, disturb; Colloq US and Canadian discombobulate:
She mixed me up so that I cannot decide what to do.
(c) snarl, ensnarl, tangle, entangle, scramble, jumble:
The treasures were all mixed up with the rubbish at the church sale.
(d) confuse, interchange, exchange:
Have they mixed up our room keys again?
5 mix up in. involve, implicate, include, connect, draw or drag into:
Wasn't Wilcox mixed up in that scandal last year?
6 mix up with. confuse, mistake, misidentify, confound; interchange, exchange:
I think you must have me mixed up with somebody else. The porter mixed up my bag with someone else's.
7 mixture, blend, compound; amalgam, combination, alloy, assortment, distribution:
Was this cake made from a mix or from scratch? The centre party has a good mix of liberals and conservatives.