mixed / mikst/ • adj. consisting of different qualities or elements: a varied, mixed diet beaches with mixed sand and shingle. ∎ (of an assessment of, reaction to, or feeling about something) containing a mixture of both favorable and negative elements: the movie opened last Friday to mixed reviews I had mixed feelings about seeing Laura again. ∎ composed of different varieties of the same thing: crab on a bed of mixed greens. ∎ involving or showing a mixture of races or social classes: people of mixed race. ∎ (esp. of an educational establishment or a sports team or competition) of or for members of both sexes: the college's mixed hockey team.
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