Mix-up



[miks-uhp] /ˈmɪksˌʌp/

noun
1.
a confused state of things; muddle; tangle.
2.
a fight.
noun
1.
a confused condition or situation
2.
(informal) a fight
verb (transitive, adverb)
3.
to make into a mixture: to mix up ingredients
4.
to confuse or confound: Tom mixes John up with Bill
5.
(often passive) to put (someone) into a state of confusion: I’m all mixed up
6.
foll by in or with; usually passive. to involve (in an activity or group, esp one that is illegal): why did you get mixed up in that drugs racket?
7.
(US & Canadian, informal) mix it up, to fight
n.

“confusion,” 1841, from mix (v.) + up.

noun

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