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blend together

To merge seamlessly and successfully with something. Each of the items being combined can be stated in the phrase. Can you blend together the ingredients for the icing while I prep the next step? Blend the butter together with the eggs.
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blend something together (with something)

to mix something evenly with something else. Blend the egg together with the cream. Blend the ingredients together and pour them into a baking pan.
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With clear, passionate writing that blends together poetics, scholarship, and literary criticism, Hashmi delves into the culture of the ghazal and the unique craft behind the form as well.
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Her voice soft yet expressive blends together with the youthful feel of the guitar strumming like the days of old.
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