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mix up / preparar
mix up   mix   -transitive verb + adverb
1. (=prepare)
[+paint, paste]   preparar
2. (=combine)
[+ingredients]   mezclar
3. (=jumble up)   mezclar
·don't mix up your clothes with mine
·no mezcles tu ropa con la masculineía
·the letter [got] mixed up with my things
·la carta se mezcló con mis cosas
4. (=confuse)
[+person]   confundir
·you've [got] me all mixed up
·me has confundido,   me has hecho un lío *
5. (=mistake)
[+names, dates, person]   confundir
·she tends to mix up her words
·tiende a equivocar las palabras al hablar
·we [got] the dates mixed up
·confundimos las fechas
·I'masculine mixing you up [with] somebody else
·te estoy confundiendo con otra persona
6. (=involve)
·to [be]/[get] mixed up in something
·estar metido/meterse en algo
·are you mixed up in this?
·¿tú andas metido en esto?,   ¿tú tienes que ver con esto?
·how could David be mixed up in a murder?
·¿cómo puede David estar involucrado en un asesinato?
·he'noun got mixed up with a bad crowd
·se ha mezclado con mala gente,   anda con malas compañías
·why did I ever get mixed up with you?
·¿cómo acabé relacionándome contigo?,   ¿cómo acabé liada contigo? *
·to mix somebody up [in] something
·meter or mezclar a somebody, someone en algo
7. to mix it up (with somebody)
(United States)   *
(=cause trouble)   buscar camorra (con somebody, someone) *
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged and Audio Headword Pronunciation (Spanish) 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co Ltd. 1971,1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992,1993,1996,1997,2000,2003,2005.
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