- 1to mix two or more things together or to be mixed, when it is impossible for the things to be separated afterward commingle (with something) The fluid must be prevented from commingling with other fluids. The corn must be segregated so the two types of seeds do not commingle. commingle something (with something)
- 2(finance) Campaign funds must not be commingled with other money.
NAmE//kəˈmɪŋɡl//[intransitive, transitive](formal or technology)Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they commingle
he / she / it commingles
past simple commingled
-ing form commingling