In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(people) mezclarse(people) (at a party etc) circularthe royal couple mingled with the guests — la pareja real circuló entre los invitados
- Bob got a chance to mingle with the ladies, and even got a bit of advice from his mom who made a surprise appearance.
- So one positive side of my dethronement is the fact that I can now mingle with the masses, thanks to my newfound freedom.
- It is one of the oldest pubs in the country and a favourite haunt of the rich and famous who mingle with the locals over a pint - or a royal gin and tonic.
- Having satisfied our hunger, we decided to mingle with the people we knew and endeavour to find out who were those we didn't know.
- Not only is the business doing well but Gary also gets the opportunity to mingle with some of sports biggest personalities.
- You need never mingle with your fellow guests - your walled pavilion is its own private domain for inside and outside living.
- For women, one of the rules is that she must not mingle with women she does not know.
- She was unable to mingle with other students especially when they formed groups.
- For those who love to mingle with the young and the old alike and serve with a smile, this is a good opening.
- But Reagan was not one to mix and mingle with reporters of the White House Press Corps.
- The buffet was open and stars mingled with the riffraff.
- I can understand why some of the other guests from the community were invited to mingle with students.
- He also mingled with the children and joined them in the singing of carols and other Christmas songs.
- Kim, who had 19 top 40 hits including Kids in America, cut the ribbon and mingled with shoppers on Saturday.
- Perhaps you, inexplicably, don't mingle with people who watch kids' TV.
- Figures from the past, such as Ann, come to mingle with the family again.
- Five lucky kids who vote will get the chance of a lifetime to mingle with the stars and give away an award at the TV event.
- Prior to the meal and his after-dinner speech, he will sign copies of the novel and mingle with guests.
- What makes this place different is you can mingle with the artists.
- In the last leg of her campaign in Rae Bareli and Sultanpur areas, she broke the security ring and freely mingled with the crowd.
2(liquids) mezclarse(sounds) fundirse(sounds) confundirse
- Everything emitted a mouldy odour, mingled with the smell of mothballs.
- The tunnel was a bright yellow but it was mingled with a dark maroon like color.
- There was relief mingled with pride in a South Lakeland village this week as its public toilet was reopened thanks to people power.
- The smell of the damp wood smoke mingled with the rising smells of the wet trees and forest floor, and it was rich and pleasant to the nose, full of Spring and new life.
- Could it not be the case that my anger was also mingled with feelings of jealousy, rivalry or envy?
- I took it, but my relief was mingled with insensible annoyance at the trifling penalty.
- The smell of burning flesh mingled with that of cigarette and sage smoke.
- His tone was mingled with a tone of slight regret and sadness.
- The taste of the Glen Livet he had been drinking mingled with the taste of her champagne.
- The smell of burning oil and steaming jungle mingled with the blood in Jim's nose.
- It is particularly spectacular when they are mingled with your Christmas lights.
- I sweat like a racehorse, and very dark thoughts mingled with incapacitating spasms of pain.
- These migmatite complexes were mingled with the intrusive magmas that provided the heat sources for crustal melting.
- These trivial disputes mingled with hatred and love can become especially complex, requiring a lot of patience.
- Their reaction, I'd guess, was a touch of awe mingled with the instant lift we all felt the moment we entered this space.
- For them celebration of her achievement is always mingled with recollections of their loss.
- The last years of Augustine's life were devoted to sharp exchanges with him, in which fair comment was mingled with vulgar abuse.
- Their laughters are mingled with the roaring sound of the mighty waves, which are much too eager to devour their easy preys.
- Now when she felt his presence there she felt sad but this time it was mingled with this peace and calm.
- I could smell my cousin's perfume mingled with sweat and hear her labored breaths.
1to mingle sth with sth — mezclar algo con algo
- their reaction was one of horror mingled with disbelief — su reacción fue una mezcla de horror e incredulidad
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