People often mix me up with other actors. [VERB noun PREP. + with]
Depressed people may mix up their words. [VERB PREP. noun]
Any time you told one of them something, they'd swear you'd mixed them up and told the other. [VERB noun PREP.]
I like to mix up designer clothes. [VERB PREP. noun]
Part of the plan was that the town should not fall into office, industrial and residential zones, but mix the three up together. [VERB noun PREP.]
This is music from a different era. I've taken those sounds from childhood and mixed them up with other things. [VERB noun PREP. + with]
I'm sure it was just some sort of mix-up.
...a mix-up over travel arrangements.
See also: mix
See also: mix up