mix with

mix with someone or something

to mix socially with someone or a group. Tom dislikes Bill and Ted so much that he could never mix with them socially. She finds it difficult to mix with friends.
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mix with something

[for a substance] to combine with a substance. Will this pigment mix with water? Water will not mix with oil.
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References in classic literature ?
But they learnt, on enquiry, that its possessor, an elderly lady of very good character, was unfortunately too infirm to mix with the world, and never stirred from home.
Several people have suggested that she should go on the stage, but of course I couldn't consent to that, I know all the chief dramatists, and I could get her a part to-morrow, but I shouldn't like her to mix with all sorts of people.
BFS does not mix with water, and you'll see distinct layers.
Somewhere en route, scientists say, this colder, deep water must mix with warmer surface waters--otherwise, almost all the ocean would become cold and Earth's climate would be strikingly different.
WAV files, organize them and then automatically create the perfect mix with beat mixing, song transitions and volume adjustments.
Looking at a typical final mix with a mixing time of three minutes, it is even possible to have 50% and more of the energy going into the compound.