mix it

mix it

  (American & Australian informal) also mix it up (American informal)
to fight or argue Don't take any notice of Sally. She just likes to mix it. He was seen mixing it up in a brawl after the game.
See also: mix
References in classic literature ?
Better mix it up, I reckon--have suthin' half statoo, half fountain," interposed the elder Mattingly, better known as "Maryland Joe," "and set it up afore the Town Hall and Free Library I'm kalklatin' to give.
I've a good mind to mix it with you anyway," Long gritted through his teeth.
I try to mix it all up because people aren't exposed to great varieties of music.
In Denmark we have workshops where dancers from the company can do choreography, and I could mix it," he says.
It's OK to have a little chocolate (in fact, research has shown that nothing else can satisfy a chocolate craving) - just be sure to mix it with less-fattening foods.