- 1.1 (mixture) combinación (f), mezcla (f) there was an interesting blend of people había un grupo interesante y variado de genteMore example sentences
More example sentences1.2 [Linguistics/Lingüística] palabra (feminine) compuesta (por fusión de sustantivos)
- It's looking very handsome out back, all sweeping lawns backed by a soft mixed hedge perhaps ten feet high, composed of a good blend of native trees and bushes.
- This trio of New Zealanders will play a blend of original compositions and jazz favourites.
- Medi-Coat is a blend of several different polymers.
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- About 80 per cent if Champagne is non-vintage - blends of wines from different years and wineries, and quite a lot is not only over-priced but is thin and lacks fruit.
- Though most chocolatiers use a blend of different beans, some prefer to stick to a favorite brand.
- It is also difficult to sell gasoline into the U.S. market because the U.S. has something like four dozen different formulas, mixtures or blends for gasoline, and it confuses the seller.
- An early example is the word motorcade, formed as a blend of motor and cavalcade, which created a new suffix - cade that has been used in words like aerocade, aquacade and even camelcade and tractorcade.
- But Scalito is a different kind of onomastic blend: an epithet combining elements of two names to suggest a resemblance of one named person to the other.
- The word arthritis is a blend of the Greek words arthron for joint and itis for inflammation; therefore, arthritis means joint inflammation.
- 1.1 [ingredients/colors] mezclar, combinarMore example sentences
More example sentences1.2 (in blender) licuar*, pasar por la licuadora
- Normally, when wool and cotton are blended together, two separate dye baths are required because the wool takes up most of the dye.
- The ice cream was blended with honey, saffron and pistachio - refreshing and milky.
- The advantage of the system is that the feed ingredients are blended together, providing the cow with a nutritionally balanced diet in every bite.
- He would then create a dram by blending several different whiskies together to achieve the drinker's own bespoke spirit.
- Jersey Parade also boasted specialist shops, such as Cross, where you could order coffee blended to your own taste, plus an ironmonger and a garden supplies store.
- These 3 aromas identify the three types of whiskies that when blended together result in the fifth glass.
blend (together)[sounds/flavors/colors] armonizar* 1.2 (merge)to blend
with/ intosth the house blends (in) well with its surroundings la casa forma un conjunto armonioso con su entorno the blue of the water blends (in) with the sky el azul del agua se funde con el cielo he learned to blend into the background aprendió a pasar desapercibidoMore example sentences
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- Even novel things such as shading the patterns and blending the colours can be done to some extent by mixing one or more of the powders together.
- To make the line appear less stepped, we blend the colour of the edge of the line with the colours around it.
- She never even blended her colours in the same water jar.
- Choose a translucent powder to blend with your skin tone and apply with a puff or brush.
- New Zealand flax with pink-toned leaves, for example, blends well with pink flowers.
- The new museum graphics had to complement the existing and blend with the Spanish Colonial architecture.
- verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object/verbo + complemento + adverbio, verbo + adverbio + complemento [cream/spice] añadir or agregar* y mezclar; [make-up] difuminar, extender* blend in some white to soften the green agréguele un poco de blanco para aclarar el verde 1.1verb + adverb/verbo + adverbio (merge, harmonize) armonizar*, no desentonar