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  • Info A "blend" is a mixture of two or more different things or substances; e.g., a product of a mixer or blender.
  • However, he took parts from each set and blended them together to create the songs.
  • The first floor has square windows in groups of three and blends into the second floor.
  • His style quickly blended into the show, possibly helped by his background in music.
  • But over time they too learn to like each other, causing a unique family blend.
  • Research results show that the most effective learning takes place in a blended format.
  • This process often takes hours and is sometimes spread over days at busy blending stations.
  • The normal blend was around two parts young beer to one part old.
  • Modern bands have blended the unique songs of each island in the country with modern music.
  • Overall, she has stayed true to her style of blending rock and poetry.
  • All other forms blend in well with tree bark upon which they rest during the day.
  • It broke new ground by blending third-person shooting with hand-to-hand combat.
  • So we did two or three takes of my guitars and blended them all together.
  • There has been growing interest in blending elements of these systems.
  • Each of them have successfully blended various influences into their distinct music style.
  • Depending on the situation, all three stages may blend together as if one.
  • Alex has also been active in blending music with works of art and literature.
  • Their sound blends many different styles, and is especially complex for a three-piece band.
  • Management, including operations management, is like engineering in that it blends art with applied science.
  • Its deep color makes it useful for blending with light red wine.
  • There are many types of blends, based on how they are formed.
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Meaning of blend

  • noun An occurrence of thorough mixing
  • noun A new word formed by joining two others and combining their meanings
    `smog' is a blend of `smoke' and `fog', `motel' is a portmanteau word made by combining `motor' and `hotel', `brunch' is a well-known portmanteau
  • noun The act of blending components together thoroughly
  • verb Combine into one
    blend the nuts and raisins together, he blends in with the crowd, We don't intermingle much
  • verb Blend or harmonize
    This flavor will blend with those in your dish, This sofa won't go with the chairs
  • verb Mix together different elements
    The colors blend well