How to Conjugate Mix Up
- Infinitive: Mix Up
- Present Tense: Mix Up/ Mixes Up
- -ing Form: Mixing Up
- Past Tense: Mixed Up
- Past Participle: Mixed Up
Definitions of Mix Up:
1. To put or combine different things together so they’ll merge successfully.
Examples: Once you have all the ingredients in the pot, add some butter, then mix it all up.
You should have mixed up all the ingredients first before letting the water boil.
2. To confuse two things with each other.
Examples: People can easily mix things up when they’re drunk.
Identical twins get mixed up so much that one usually does something different to their appearance or style so that people can tell them apart.
3. To make something more interesting.
Examples: Hey, I was thinking we could mix things up a bit this weekend and go skating instead of bowling. What do you think?
Jeremy mixed things up at the party by getting a game of beer pong started.
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