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Definition of "mixing" []

  • The act or an instance of mixing something or someone together (noun)
  • The balancing and adjusting of the recorded tracks on a multitrack tape machine (noun)
  • (as modifier) (noun)
  • Present participle of mix. (verb)

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  • The act, or the result of making a mixture (noun)

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Use "mixing" in a sentence
  • "Now we're moving up into what we call the mixing chamber."
  • "ROBERTS: Yes, as you point out, yesterday we saw the video there of police pulling over white vehicles along the I-95, you know, runway there, and that's right by what they call the mixing bowl, where you can get into Tyson's Corner, where you can get into Washington, D.C., or take 95 in to Baltimore."
  • "Now that's what we call mixing high and low, and not in the fashion world."