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FrenchEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Middle French mesler, mescler, from Old French mesler, meller, *mescler (to mingle, mix up), from Vulgar Latin *misc(u)lāre, present active infinitive of *misc(u)lō, from Latin misceō. Compare Italian mischiare, Occitan and Catalan mesclar, Spanish mezclar. More at mix.

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VerbEdit

mêler

  1. (transitive) to mix
  2. (reflexive, followed by the preposition de) to meddle in, to interfere in, to get mixed up in
  3. (card games) to shuffle.

Usage notesEdit

  • Mêler may take a direct object that indicates multiple things being mixed together; or, it may take a direct object that indicates a single thing being mixed into another thing, as well as an object with a preposition, such as avec (with), à (to), dans (in, into), parmi (among), de (of), that indicates the thing it is being mixed into.

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NormanEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old French mesler, *mescler (to mingle, mix up), from Vulgar Latin *misc(u)lō, misc(u)lāre, from Latin misceō.

PronunciationEdit

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VerbEdit

mêler (gerund mêl'lie)

  1. (Jersey) to mix