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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishblendblend1 /blend/ ●●○ verb πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 [intransitive, transitive]MIX to combine different things in a way that produces an effective or pleasant result, or to become combined in this way πŸ”Š a story that blends fact and legendblend with/together πŸ”Š Leave the sauce to allow the flavours to blend together.2 [transitive]MIX to thoroughly mix together soft or liquid substances to form a single smooth substance πŸ”Š Blend the sugar, eggs, and flour.β–Ί see thesaurus at mix3 [transitive]DF to produce tea, tobacco, whisky etc by mixing several different types together πŸ”Š blended whisky Grammar Blend is usually passive in this meaning. β†’ blend inβ†’ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
blendβ€’ In a large bowl, combine eggs, milk, vanilla extract and salt until well blended.β€’ Add milk and eggs and stir to blend.β€’ At Buitoni we go even further and blend a full five eggs - quality controlled and fully pasteurised - into each kilo.β€’ Her first novel successfully blends a sense of innocence with overwhelming bitterness.β€’ But on Clinton, they blend artfully.β€’ But for once his famous ability to blend laughter and pain is overcome by the weight of his subject.β€’ Children love the play because it blends the human and animal worlds.β€’ Beat the egg yolks with 2 tablespoons of water and blend them into the white sauce.β€’ The ingredients should be blended together until they are smooth.β€’ The ballet company's repertoire blends tradition and creative innovation.β€’ Generally speaking, one is best avoiding the middle colour tones as they will not blend well with the flowers.β€’ Everything blended with everything else, trees and brush and sky, and already he was on the edge of lost.β€’ Transparency of design to blend with the existing landscape is encouraged.blend with/togetherβ€’ With nearly eight weeks of education behind us the faces of speakers were beginning to blend together.β€’ Add mushrooms and bok choy to broth. Blend together cornstarch and water.β€’ Rashad's sense of comedy blends well with Cosby's.β€’ They they do not recoil from each other, but blend together in one mass.β€’ Now blended with Orthodoxy, such ancient beliefs are resurfacing.β€’ It can be blended with other fibres too.β€’ The blue smoke rises straight up, blending with the haze.β€’ They blended together to form one flowing alert.β€’ Thus, man has these interpenetrating bodies composed of ever-finer material, which are blended together to form the composite entity-man.