blend in

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blend in(to) (something)

To merge seamlessly and successfully with something. Do you think Sam will be able to blend into the group? He can be pretty standoffish. Be sure to blend in your makeup so that your face isn't two different colors. Don't wear anything too flashy—try to blend into the background.
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blend in (to something)

to combine nicely with something; to mix well with something. The oil won't blend into the water very well. It simply won't blend in.
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About 250 are Border Patrol agents patrolling in or near the city, which is a favorite entry point for undocumented workers and, more recently, for drug smugglers--although INS national spokesman Duke Austin says El Paso "is not a big drug corridor." It's where day laborers crossing the low river from the other side try to avoid the scrutiny of the men in green vans and blend in with the people downtown.