n mélange m
→ We'll mix them - they're all blends anyway.
→ a blend of spices
→ Blend the tomatoes and cream to form a paste.
→ Blend the butter with the sugar.
→ Blend all the ingredients together.
→ a band that blends jazz, folk and classical music
[colours, ingredients] se mélanger, se fondre
to blend together se confondre
→ Paint the walls and ceilings the same colour so they blend together.
to blend in with sth
(=become part of) se marier à qch
→ Make sure that the blusher blends in with the foundation.
[+become indistinguishable from] se fondre à qch
→ The toad changed its colour to blend in with its new environment.