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    Red face Which ones are more appropriate and why?

    Hi,

    Mix around
    Mix Up and
    Mix with
    Mix

    In reference to intearcting and mingling with people what is correct?

    Do they mean the same or different and which one is more appropriate and Why?

    Thanks

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    Re: Which ones are more appropriate and why?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Hi,

    Mix around
    Mix Up and
    Mix with
    Mix

    In reference to intearcting and mingling with people what is correct?

    Do they mean the same or different and which one is more appropriate and Why?

    Thanks
    In general, if you are talking about mingling with people in a social or work situation, you would use "mix with".

    Mix around suggests the kind of thing you might do with ingredients when making a cake.

    To mix up means to get 2 or more things confused with eachother.

    To mix simply means to combine things.

    If you were at a party or a social gathering, you would be able to say that you "mixed with various different people at the party".

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