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intermingle something with something

to mingle or merge things with things. Don't intermingle the U.S. mail with the interoffice mail. The office mail had been intermingled with the regular mail!

intermingle with someone

to mingle or merge with people. The mugger intermingled with the people on the street and could not be recognized. Let's intermingle with the guests.
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All three programs share the camp store and intermingle while eating ice cream, putting on sunscreen, and watching their counselors laugh together.
Indeed, this two-CD set highlights three of the four bloodlines of rock (the other being country music), and how they intermingle.
In place of the Bard's text, the lovers now lip-synch their journeys to a seamless collage of disco hits--from "Car Wash" to "Don't Leave Me This Way"--while audience members intermingle with the production's 12 cast members on the dance floor.
These particles have an unusual property that enables matter and antimatter forms to intermingle by the rules of quantum mechanics to create blended particles called K-long ([K.
Digital technology collides with primitive instrumentation; Western singers and Portuguese sounds intermingle to create something both present-minded and rooted in several pasts.
The two communities formalized their relations through such rituals as the annual Christmas party, where the two could intermingle in both religious and social space.
Some poems are her thoughts, some are details of a particular day or interaction, some intermingle both; others are the dialogue between her and an unnamed therapist, never quite in sync--or is the dialogue mixed with thoughts?
In between, early and late works intermingle, and the absence of chronological order further encourages interpretation to roam--or the reverse, to call it quits in the face of an eccentricity that threatens to close in on itself.
Molecular reactions happen fast: In a billionth of a second, two molecules can collide, intermingle, and merge, giving rise to a new chemical product.
In Blue Madonna, 1961, for example, the human figures intermingle with trees and horses in a flat, fragmented fauvist space, and that depiction of the natural world, traversed by desire, contrasts sharply with the austere world of the Madonna and Child (painted at the right of the canvas), aloof and stylistically at odds with the rest of the painting.
The "Regina" version of the Multipla line foresees the application of an electronic motorised unwinding device necessary to unwind an elastomeric yarn and intermingle it through air with a textured yarn.