mix (with another thing or with people) so as to form an undivided whole, while keeping separate qualities
go about among sb/sth; associate with sb/sth
"resourcefully he mingled music and dance"
"He was about to mingle in an unpleasant affair"
"His words jumbled"
Blood mingled with the water, turning it a muddy crimson.
出自： W. Styron
He found a bundle of newly washed clothes..and mingled his own clothes with these.
出自： M. Puzo
Applause..was mingled with hissing.
出自： M. Meyer
A look in which superiority mingled with forbearance.
出自： A. Brookner
Several streams mingle in this river on their way to the sea.
Tears mingled with the blood from the cut on his face.
泪水同脸上伤口流出的血混在一起了。 mingle with sb
If we mingle with the crowd, we should not be noticed.
One of the hostess's duties is to mingle with the guests.