blend

listen to the pronunciation of blend
Englisch - Türkisch
{f} harmanlamak
{f} karıştırmak
karışım

Yükselen güneş gökyüzünü parlak bir renk karışımıyla süsledi. - The rising sun bathed the sky in a brilliant blend of colours.

Bir blender birlikte farklı gıdaların karışımı sağlar. - A blender lets you mix different foods together.

harman

Bu kahve harmanını severim. - I like this blend of coffee.

{f} uyum sağlamak
(Askeri) RENKLERE UYDURMAK (UYMAK), ARAZİYE UYDURMAK (UYMAK): Kamuflaj işlerinde renkleri, aralarındaki ayrıntı fark edilmeyecek şekilde, birbirine uydurmak; arazideki tabii renklere benzetmek veya benzemek
{f} kaynaşmak
karmak
(Askeri) araziye uymak
(Dilbilim) kaynaşım
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) geçişme
içine karıştırmak
harman etmek
(Askeri) renklere uymak
karıştırma
(Askeri) araziye uydurmak
alaşım
tütün harmanı
(Askeri) renklere uydurmak
birbirine uymak
(çay/tütün/içki/vb.) harmanlamak
katışık
gitmek
{f} harmanla
bütün hale gelmek
blend iyi git/karış
{f} karışmak
{i} harmanlama
{f} karıştır

Tom sütü karıştırıcıya döktü. - Tom poured milk into the blender.

Bir karıştırıcıda farklı yiyecekleri karıştırabilirsin. - You can mix different foods in a blender.

yakın anlamlı iki ayrı kelimenin kaynaşmasından meydana gelen kelime
harman olmak
{i} harma

Bu kahve harmanını severim. - I like this blend of coffee.

karma
blend brick
(İnşaat) harman tuğlası
blend in
ile uyumlu olmak
blend in with the crowd
kalabalığa karışmak
blend into the crowd
kalabalığa karışmak
blend gradually into something else
Başka bir şey yavaş yavaş içine karıştırmak
blend into
bir şeye karışmak
blend into the scenery
(Topluluk içinde) ortama ayak uydurmak
blend into the scenery
Topluluk içinde dikkat çekmemek için ortama ayak uydurmak
blend wine
karışım şarap
blend in
yavaşça katmak
blend word
iki kelimenin kaynaşmış hali
blended
karışık
blend in
uymak
blended
karıştırılmış
blending
(Biyokimya) parçalama
blending
(Dilbilim) kaynaştırma
blending
harmanlayarak
blending
(Bilgisayar) karıştırılmış
blending
(Gıda) paçal yapma
blending
harmanlama
blending
(Denizbilim) paçallama
blending
karıştırma
blending
harman yapmak
blending
karışım
blends
(Bilgisayar) karışık
blends
(Bilgisayar) karışımlar
blent
harmanlanmış
blended
{f} karıştır
a blend of
bir harmanı
blending
harmanla
blent
karıştır
to blend
mezcetmek
to form a blend
bir karışım oluşturmak
blended
harmanlanmış
blent
karistır
fiber blend
(Tekstil) lif karışımı
fibre blend
(Tekstil) elyaf karışımı
gasoline blend
benzin karışımı
wool blend
(Tekstil) yünün harmanı
Türkisch - Türkisch
çinkonun başlıca cevherlerinden biri olan doğal çinko sülfür
Englisch - Englisch
A word formed by combining two other words; a grammatical contamination, portmanteau word
A mixture of two or more things
To mix

To feel no other breezes than are blown / Through its tall woods with high romances blent - Keats, 1884.

{n} a mineral composed of zink, sulphur, iron and arsenic
{v} to mix, mingle, confound in a mass
to combine the sounds represented by letters to pronounce a word (e g , /gr/ in grow, /spl/ in splash)
To combine ingredients thoroughly, so that a uniform, smooth consistency is obtained
The combination or mixing of voices or instruments so that no singular voice is distinguishable from the group sound
(bloom color category)combination of two or more colors
mix together different elements; "The colors blend well"
{i} mixture, combination
A term applied to a yarn or a fabric that is made up of more than one fiber In blended yarns, two or more different types of staple fibers are twisted or spun together to form the yarn An example of a typical blended yarn or fabric is polyester/cotton
combine into one; "blend the nuts and raisins together"; "he blends in with the crowd"; "We don't intermingle much"
Generally means mixing different tobaccos to create a fine flavour, aroma and smoking quality Briar - The root of the Mediterranean heath tree Discovered around the 1840s by French pipemakers, it is light, strong, tough, has a very beautiful grain and takes a fine finish Botanical name: erica arborea
– a mixture of different types of tobaccos intended to give the cigar special body and flavor
the act of blending components together thoroughly
If you blend substances together or if they blend, you mix them together so that they become one substance. Blend the butter with the sugar and beat until light and creamy Blend the ingredients until you have a smooth cream Put the soap and water in a pan and leave to stand until they have blended
A mixture of two or more individual varieties of coffee
A textile containing two or more different fibers, variants of the same fiber or different colors and grades of the same fiber
A thorough mixture of one thing with another, as color, tint, etc
To mix together ingredients, usually of different consistencies, to a smooth and even texture, utilising a utensil such as a wooden spoon or blender
A mixture or kind produced by mixing smoothly and inseparably
To combine grapes, musts, or wines of different varieties or lots
To mix two or more ingredients together with a spoon, beater or electric blender until combined
into another, so that it cannot be known where one ends or the other begins
To thoroughly combine two or more ingredients until smooth and uniform in texture, color, and flavor
‑ Two or more fiber types combined in making yarn or fabric
blend or harmonize; "This flavor will blend with those in your dish"; "This sofa won't go with the chairs
A homogeneous mixture of two or more substances
An intimate combination of two or more polymer chains having different features, that are not bonded to each other
Tea taster who decides on the proportions of each different tea required to produce the flavor of a given blend
the act of blending components together thoroughly a new word formed by joining two others and combining their meanings; "`smog' is a blend of `smoke' and `fog'"; "`motel' is a portmanteau word made by combining `motor' and `hotel'"; "`brunch' is a well-known portmanteau"
{f} mix, merge, combine
(Ticaret) The mixing or combination of multiple ingredients to create a liquid, powder or gas form identified by a unique item number. An initial batch may be modified with a subsequent blend based on the analysis of quality tests that require additional processing to meet specifications
blend or harmonize; "This flavor will blend with those in your dish"; "This sofa won't go with the chairs"
To mix or mingle together; esp
To thoroughly combine two or more ingredients, either by hand with a whisk or spoon, or with a mixer
To mix or fold two or more ingredients of a recipe together with a spoon, fork, whisk or with an electric mixer
to mingle, combine, or associate so that the separate things mixed, or the line of demarcation, can not be distinguished
A blend of things is a mixture or combination of them that is useful or pleasant. The public areas offer a subtle blend of traditional charm with modern amenities
a new word formed by joining two others and combining their meanings; "`smog' is a blend of `smoke' and `fog'"; "`motel' is a portmanteau word made by combining `motor' and `hotel'"; "`brunch' is a well-known portmanteau"
When colours, sounds, or styles blend, they come together or are combined in a pleasing way. You could paint the walls and ceilings the same colour so they blend together. the picture, furniture and porcelain collections that blend so well with the house itself
To pollute by mixture or association; to spoil or corrupt; to blot; to stain
an occurrence of thorough mixing
an occurrence of thorough mixing mix together different elements; "The colors blend well"
If you blend ideas, policies, or styles, you use them together in order to achieve something. His `cosmic vision' is to blend Christianity with `the wisdom of all world religions'. a band that blended jazz, folk and classical music
Hence: To confuse; to confound
To mingle; to mix; to unite intimately; to pass or shade insensibly into each other, as colors
To make blind, literally or figuratively; to dazzle; to deceive
The mixing or combination of multiple ingredients to create a liquid, powder or gas form identified by a unique item number An initial batch may be modified with a subsequent blend based on the analysis of quality tests that require additional processing to meet specifications
mixture of teas, usually to promote consistency between growing seasons
A combination of two or more different types of fibers in the same fabric
When fabrics are blended together to create new fabrics with different qualities
blend in
cause (something) to be mixed with (something else); "At this stage of making the cake, blend in the nuts"
blend in
blend or harmonize; "This flavor will blend with those in your dish"; "This sofa won't go with the chairs"
blend in
cause (something) to be mixed with (something else); "At this stage of making the cake, blend in the nuts
blend in
If something blends into the background, it is so similar to the background that it is difficult to see or hear it separately. The toad had changed its colour to blend in with its new environment. a continuous pale neutral grey, almost blending into the sky
blend in
If someone blends into a particular group or situation, they seem to belong there, because their appearance or behaviour 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
idiom blend
A malaphor: an error in which two similar figures of speech are merged, producing a nonsensical result
to blend
commingle
blended
{a} mixed together, confused
blent
{a} mixed together, confused
blended
{s} mixed, merged, combined
blended
Whiskey that has had neutral spirits, color additives or flavor additives mixed into it
blended
Current rage in eLearning circles Means using more than one learning medium, generally adding an instructor component to web-based training Duh! Blended is only a revelation for people who had been trying to do everything with just one tool – the computer Classroom teachers having been blending various means of learning – lecture, discussion, practice, reading, projects, and writing, for example -- for eons
blended
Simple past and past participle of blend
blended
combined or mixed together so that the constituent parts are indistinguishable
blended
A term applied to an element of a coin (design, date, lettering, etc ) that is worn into another element or the surrounding field
blended
means combining the mortgage balance outstanding on the home you are leaving and adding additional financing to purchase your new home The interest rate will change to one that combines the rate on your old mortgage with the rate in effect at the time you add additional financing
blending
{i} mixing; act of mixing ingredients together thoroughly; act of mingling together; (Painting) method of mixing one color with another so colors blend together gradually while wet
blending
In general terms the mixing together of a straight whisky (pure malt, bourbon or rye) and grain whisky In Canada, the blending process allows for 9 09 percent to include non-Canadian whiskies (i e distilled fruit juices, fortified wine or whiskies from other countries, e g bourbon) The result is a blended whisky
blending
Properties of neat ingredients, blending, compatibilization, and manufacturing methods, desired blend morphology, statistical quality control, available grades, forms, etc
blending
The technique of combining two or more petroleum liquids to produce a product with specific characteristics
blending
Mixture of several wines issued from the same vintage in order to get a better balanced final wine Blooming : period when the fragrance of the wine turns into the bouquet
blending
Orally combining the separate sound units of a word into an integrated whole; orally combining the separate sound units of a word to produce the whole word Example: |ssss| |aaaa| |t|, |ss| |aa| |t|, 'sat'
blending
The act of mingling
blending
a gradation involving small or imperceptible differences between grades
blending
The process of mixing lubricants or components for the purpose of obtaining the desired physical and/or chemical properties (see compounding)
blending
present participle of blend
blending
The process of drawing measured amounts of different lots from bins and mixing these parts into a uniform blend by grain assemblers and millers
blending
Operation consisting of mixing several wines in a vat
blending
the mixing together by any process whatsoever, of any one or more products with other products, regardless of the original character of the products so blended, provided the resultant product so obtained is suitable or practical for use as a motor fuel, except such blending as may occur in the process known as refining by the original refiner of crude oil, and except, also, the blending of products known as lubricating oil in the production of lubricating oils and greases and except, also, the dyeing of special fuel as required
blending
combining or mixing
blending
the process, which occurs after roasting and before the grinding of cocoa beans; crushed beans are blended to determine the character of the finished chocolate
blending
The primary task of the wine maker Wines from different lots or barrels are blended together to produce the final product for bottling Tradition and regional laws dictate what grape varieties may be blended together to make a certain wine It is up to the wine maker to select the percentages of each type of grape for the final blend The particular characteristics of the vintage play a crucial role in this decision The classic blending example comes from Bordeaux, where by law wine can be made from a blend of the following grapes: Canernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Malbee, Petit Verdot, and Cabernet Franc
blending
Blending is the technique of fading from an ititial color to a target color In-between colors are mixed and applied so as to make for a smooth transition
blending
(n ) In computer graphics, combining two color components into one, usually as a linear interpolation between the two components The alpha value helps determine how the components are combined
blending
A spraying technique that tapers the finish or color so that slight differences cannot be distinguished Merging one color into another Tapering the color allows the old finish to show through the new color
blending
The mixing of quantities of the same fiber taken from many lots or of different types of fiber to produce a uniform result
blending
In grain marketing, the combining of two different qualities of grain in order to change the total value of both lots For example, it is common to blend grains of differing moisture or different foreign material content to achieve the requirements of a contract order
blending
The art and science of mixing wines and/or spirits
blending
The method of laying on different tints so that they may mingle together while wet, and shade into each other insensibly
blending
(Graphics Terminology) A visual effect in which two textures are mixed together and assigned to the same object surface (see alpha blending and stippling)
blending
Mixing finished wines to get a better balanced wine
blending
Thorough intermingling of powders or granules of the same nominal composition
blending
1) A condition where two signals mix together to form one sound or to give the sound of one sound source or one performance 2) Mixing the left and right signal together slightly which makes the instruments sound closer to the center of the performance stage 3) A method of panning during mixing where instruments are not panned extremely left or right
blending
The process by which two or more components are intimately mixed so the parts are indistinguishable from one another
blending
the act of blending components together thoroughly
blending
This painting technique involves mixing two different colours or shades together while wet to create a smooth transition from one to the other It produces the best results for shading figures, but is also the most time-consuming and difficult to master More info on blending
blends
plural of blend
blends
third person singular present tense of the verb to blend
blent
Blindeth
blent
Blinded
blent
Also (Chaucer), 3d sing
blent
Mingled; mixed; blended; also, polluted; stained
blent
pres
blent
A past tense and a past participle of blend
loan-blend
{i} loanblend, word comprising parts from different languages, hybrid
Türkisch - Englisch
blende

A blender lets you mix different foods together. - Bir blender birlikte farklı gıdaların karışımı sağlar.

shiny mineral composed chiefly of metallic sulfides
sphalerite
katranlı blend
pitchblende
blend
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