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Mingling

ˈmɪŋɡ(ə)l

Meanings of Mingling:

verb

Mix or cause to mix together.

Usage examples:

The sound of voices mingled with a scraping of chairs

Meanings of Minglingly:

adverb

In a mingling manner; so as to mingle or mix.

Meanings of Mingo:

noun

Originally: a member of the susquehannock people or of any of several related northern iroquoian groups of interior pennsylvania. in later use: a member of an iroquois indian group, mostly senecas, who were not affiliated with the league of the iroquois and whose modern descendants are the oklahoma seneca-cayuga.

adjective

Of, relating to, or inhabited by any of these peoples.

Meanings of Mingrelian:

noun

A native or inhabitant of mingrelia; specifically a speaker of the mingrelian language.

adjective

Of or relating to mingrelia, its people, or their language.

Mingy

ˈmɪn.dʒi

Meanings of Mingy:

adjective

Mean.

Usage examples:

You've been too mingy with the sunscreen

Meanings of Minhag:

noun

A custom or practice, especially one which has taken on the force of law.

Usage examples:

Maybe in the future people will think the minhag is to wear sports shoes, for some obscure reason.

Minhagim

mɪnˈhɑːɡ

Meanings of Minhagim:

noun

A custom or practice, especially one which has taken on the force of law.

Usage examples:

Maybe in the future people will think the minhag is to wear sports shoes, for some obscure reason.

Meanings of Minhah:

noun

The afternoon prayer service, the second of three daily services (the others being maariv and shacharit).

Meanings of Mini:

adjective

Denoting a miniature version of something.

Usage examples:

A mini camera
noun

A very short skirt or dress.

Usage examples:

A leather mini
combining form

Very small or minor of its kind; miniature.

Usage examples:

Minicab
prefix

Smaller than the usual type

Usage examples:

They've released a mini-version of the software for phones., john's gone on a two-day mini-break to…

Meanings of Miniate:

verb

To colour or paint with vermilion; to rubricate or (in extended use) to illuminate (a manuscript); (poetic) to impart a red colour or tinge to. usually in past participle.

Meanings of Miniated:

adjective

Rubricated.

Meanings of Miniating:

verb

To colour or paint with vermilion; to rubricate or (in extended use) to illuminate (a manuscript); (poetic) to impart a red colour or tinge to. usually in past participle.

Meanings of Miniator:

noun

A person who miniates a manuscript; a rubricator, an illuminator.

Miniature

ˈmɪn.ə.tʃər

Meanings of Miniature:

adjective

Very small of its kind.

Usage examples:

Children dressed as miniature adults
noun

A thing that is much smaller than normal, especially a small replica or model.

Usage examples:

Seven full-size car bodies and three miniatures were used
verb

Represent on a smaller scale.

Usage examples:

She saw her own reflection miniatured

Miniatured

ˈmɪnɪtʃə

Meanings of Miniatured:

verb

Represent on a smaller scale.

Usage examples:

She saw her own reflection miniatured
adjective

Very small of its kind.

Usage examples:

Children dressed as miniature adults
noun

A thing that is much smaller than normal, especially a small replica or model.

Usage examples:

Seven full-size car bodies and three miniatures were used

Meanings of Miniatures:

noun

A thing that is much smaller than normal, especially a small replica or model.

Usage examples:

Seven full-size car bodies and three miniatures were used
verb

Represent on a smaller scale.

Usage examples:

She saw her own reflection miniatured
adjective

Very small of its kind.

Usage examples:

Children dressed as miniature adults

Miniaturing

ˈmɪnɪtʃə

Meanings of Miniaturing:

verb

Represent on a smaller scale.

Usage examples:

She saw her own reflection miniatured
adjective

Very small of its kind.

Usage examples:

Children dressed as miniature adults
noun

A thing that is much smaller than normal, especially a small replica or model.

Usage examples:

Seven full-size car bodies and three miniatures were used

Miniaturist

ˈmɪnɪtʃərɪst

Meanings of Miniaturist:

noun

A painter of miniatures or an illuminator of manuscripts.

Usage examples:

The only others so far linked to the workshop are lewis barbar, a swedish miniaturist and ‘china pa…

Meanings of Miniaturists:

noun

A painter of miniatures or an illuminator of manuscripts.

Usage examples:

The only others so far linked to the workshop are lewis barbar, a swedish miniaturist and ‘china pa…

Meanings of Miniaturization:

noun

The process of making something very small using modern technology

Usage examples:

The silicon chip is a classic example of the benefits of miniaturization.

Meanings of Miniaturize:

verb

Make on a smaller or miniature scale.

Usage examples:

The devices seem to perform better the more they are miniaturized

Meanings of Miniaturized:

verb

Make on a smaller or miniature scale.

Usage examples:

The devices seem to perform better the more they are miniaturized
adjective

Made on a smaller or miniature scale.

Usage examples:

Miniaturized computers

Meanings of Miniaturizes:

verb

Make on a smaller or miniature scale.

Usage examples:

The devices seem to perform better the more they are miniaturized

Miniaturizing

ˈmɪnɪtʃərʌɪz

Meanings of Miniaturizing:

verb

Make on a smaller or miniature scale.

Usage examples:

The devices seem to perform better the more they are miniaturized

Meanings of Minibeast:

noun

Any small creature such as an insect or a spider

Usage examples:

When the sun is shining, he wants to be out in the garden hunting for minibeasts., pond-dipping and…

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