1. phrasal verb
The toad had changed its colour to blend in with its new environment.
...a continuous pale neutral grey, almost blending into the sky.
You can blend in so that the voice becomes just another instrument in the band.
2. phrasal verb blend
If someone blends into
a particular group or situation
, they seem
to belong there, because their appearance
is similar to that of the other people involved.
It must have reinforced my determination to blend into my surroundings.
She felt she would blend in nicely.
He blended in with the crowd at the art sale.
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