admix

verb
ad·​mix | \ ad-ˈmiks How to pronounce admix (audio) \
admixed; admixing; admixes

Definition of admix

transitive verb

: to mix in

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Clinical Apothecaries uses compounding -- the combining, admixing, mixing, diluting, reconstituting, or otherwise altering of a drug or bulk drug substance -- to help treat patients in nonconventional medical practices. Justin Madden, cleveland.com, "Medina pharmacy's license suspended due to mishandling of drugs, officials say," 18 Jan. 2018

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First Known Use of admix

circa 1522, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for admix

probably back-formation from admixt "mingled with," (taken as the past participle admixed), going back to Middle English, borrowed from Latin admixtus, past participle of admiscēre "to add as an ingredient" — more at admixture

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