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mingle in (with someone)

To converse or chat (with someone or a group of people) in an easy, friendly manner; to mix or fit in well (with someone or a group of people). I've got to talk to Mike for a while about a work issue, so why don't you go and mingle in with some of the other people at the party, and I'll join you in a minute. I was worried that Tommy wouldn't like starting play school, but it's great to see him mingling in right away.
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mingle with

1. To converse or chat with someone or a group of people in an easy, friendly manner; to mix or fit in well with someone or a group of people. I've got to talk to Mike for a while about a work issue, so why don't you go and mingle with some of the other people at the party, and I'll join you in a minute. I was worried that Tommy wouldn't like starting play school, but it's great to see him mingling with the other kids right away.
2. To join or mix two or more people in a social situation. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "mingle" and "with." I always find it awkward trying to mingle my regular friends with co-workers on a night out. I want to mingle my son with some more kids his age.
3. To mix something with something else. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "mingle" and "with." I love barbecuing in the summer, as the grill mingles the smell of sizzling hamburgers and sausages with the aromas of the lush, sunsoaked grass and trees.
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mingle in (with someone)

to join in with someone; to mix with people. I am going to go into the hall and mingle in with the rest of the guests. Ken came into the room and mingled in at once.
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mingle (someone) with (someone else)

 and mingle (something) with (something else)
to mix people together; to mix things together. Try to mingle your friends with mine. You had better not mingle your money with that of the corporation.
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mingle with someone

to mix with people. Try to mingle with the guests. I would like to get out and mingle with people more.
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The training mingled with employment program comprises a number of programs such as "Kasb program" in the Royal Court Affairs, which was introduced in 2005, the national training projects and the short training courses program for unskilled job seekers (which was introduced by the governmental vocational training centers starting from 2007).
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But once she left, Ranbir went ahead and mingled with his friends.
2 : to move among others within a group <He mingled with the crowd.
Athletic director Tom Miller mingled, joking with cheerleaders and administrators alike.
The light-filled homes fit perfectly into the neighborhood, which has a historical sense, mingled with trendsetting design and architecture, wonderful restaurants, and fashionable shops.
Dissimilar and diverse species from around the globe are mingled, and not just for a photo opportunity.
Called assortative mating, this is a critical factor in maintaining genetic differences among geographically mingled races.
Kala Channa will enhance many salads, soups, and dips, but they work particularly well as a striking contrast mingled with their beige brethren in any typical chickpea dish.
The heroes, on their first weekend home from Iraq, wore plain clothes and mingled with more than 2000 people at a march in Edinburgh.
With his smooth upper body and languid and lilting legs, he can do the softest soft-shoe, mingled with a moment of Charleston.
But as far as scientist know, the birds have never mingled.
They crowned Him with thorns digging into his brow, ripping His skin so that blood mingled with His sweat and the spit of those who tormented Him.
Here, Naderites mingled with Hagelinites, potheads with policy wonks, in a combination movement-center and four-day-long celebrity talk show.