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blend /bli:p/
  • danh từ
    • thứ (thuốc lá, chè...) pha trộn
    • (bất qui tắc) động từ blended/'blendid/, blent/blent/
      • trộn lẫn, pha trộn
      • hợp nhau (màu sắc)
        • these two colours blend well: hai màu này rất hợp nhau
    Concise Dictionary
    blends|blent|blendingblend
    noun
    +an occurrence of thorough mixing
    +a new word formed by joining two others and combining their meanings
    +the act of blending components together thoroughly
    verb
    +combine into one
    +blend or harmonize
    +mix together different elements

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    v.
    1 mix, mingle, combine, meld, commingle, intermingle:
    The Latakia is blended with the Virginia to produce a fine smoking tobacco.
    2 shade, grade, gradate, graduate, merge, coalesce, fuse, unite:
    Note how the pink sky and the tinted clouds blend in this Turner painting.
    n.
    3 mixture, mix, combination, mingling, meld, commingling, intermingling:
    His humour is a fine blend of the sardonic with slapstick.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    verb, noun
    + verb
    1 [VN] ~ A with B
    ~ A and B (together) to mix two or more substances together: Blend the flour with the milk to make a smooth paste. + Blend together the eggs, sugar and flour.
    2 [V] ~ (with sth)
    ~ (together) to form a mixture with sth: Oil does not blend with water. + Oil and water do not blend.
    3 ~ (with sth)
    ~ (together) to combine with sth in an attractive or effective way; to combine sth in this way: [V] The old and new buildings blend together perfectly. + [VN] Their music blends traditional and modern styles.
    4 [VN] [usually passive] to produce sth by mixing different types together: blended whisky / tea
    Idioms see WOODWORK
    Phrasal Verbs: blend in (with sth/sb) if sth blends in, it is similar to its surroundings or matches its surroundings: Choose curtains that blend in with your decor.
    blend sth<->in (in cooking) to add another substance and mix it in with the others: Beat the butter and sugar; then blend in the egg.
    blend into sth to look so similar to the background that it is difficult for you to see it separately: He blended into the crowd.
    + noun
    1 a mixture of different types of the same thing: a blend of tea / coffee / whisky
    2 [usually sing.] a pleasant or useful combination of different things: a blend of youth and experience
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    ADJ.

    delightful, good, perfect, right
    just the right blend of work and relaxation
    | curious, special, strange, subtle, unique
    a scarf with a subtle blend of colours

    verb

    1 mix

    ADV.

    together
    Blend all the ingredients together.

    PREP.

    into
    Blend the cocoa into the eggs.
    | with
    Blend a little milk with two tablespoons of treacle.

    2 combine well

    ADV.

    happily, harmoniously, perfectly, well | in
    The colour of the carpet doesn't blend in.

    PREP.

    with
    The ornamental pool blends perfectly with its surroundings.



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