Meaning of melange in English:

melange

Pronunciation /meɪˈlɒ̃ʒ/

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noun

(also mélange)
  • A varied mixture.

    ‘a melange of tender vegetables and herbs’
    • ‘Each winemaker sees this wine as a personal statement and each blend is a unique melange of the varieties in the vineyards.’
    • ‘The author's failure to define clearly these terms and movements makes for a confusing melange that never comes into focus.’
    • ‘Lithological variations within the Delb Khairkhan melange suggest that the melange is derived from different tectonic environments.’
    • ‘The composition of the melange varies along strike.’
    • ‘Staring back at her, by mouth gaping, a melange of confused emotions begin stewing up inside me.’
    • ‘Weird is not necessarily bad, especially when a wine is a melange of grape varietals.’
    • ‘But confusion still reigns over their genre-mashing melange of styles.’
    • ‘Unreliable texts, enigmatic melanges of authenticity and rampant imagination arrive on Nanson's lap and draw him further in.’
    • ‘Poised on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, Lisbon, which was a great maritime power in the 15th century, enjoys a melange of cultures few cities can match.’
    • ‘There's a nice melange of original and covered material.’
    • ‘It's deep, fluid and rich, yet with poise and an exotic melange of fruit, spice and rose petal flavours that linger on and on well after you swallow.’
    • ‘With a melange of rhythmic numbers and the performance to match, the student participants too showcased unlimited energy and zeal.’
    • ‘Grupo Batuque, like Paul Horn, have created a rhythmic melange of percussive sounds from Brazilian, African and Indian sources.’
    • ‘It was a melange of different groups, types and individuals.’
    • ‘It may not be just a two-tier economic divide, but increasingly a three-tier melange which needs to be harmonized in some way.’
    • ‘As a result of this fusion, the music played by Mambo Sound can be described as a Caribbean melange with Euro-Western taste.’
    • ‘Overall the dishes were a study in contrasts, with textures and flavors working together in a superb melange.’
    • ‘But its productions are less theatre and more a melange of performance art, music, video, and dance.’
    • ‘It was superb: marshmallow-soft pastry and a glorious melange of fish within, the salsa adding a sweet but piquant edge.’
    • ‘Skilled dancers move beyond pirouettes with their melange of tricks inspired by the Peking Opera and martial arts.’
    mixture, medley, blend, variety, mixed bag, mix, miscellany, diversity, collection, selection, assortment, assemblage, combination, motley collection, pot-pourri, conglomeration, jumble, mess, confusion, mishmash, hotchpotch, hodgepodge, ragbag, pastiche, patchwork, farrago, hash
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Origin

From French mélange, from mêler ‘to mix’.