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1.
1. To try and tag along where you are not wanted

2. To try and get in on an in-joke which doesn't involve you
1. All the girls sat on the table, then Alan came and sat with them. What a blend!

2. Alan laughed when we mentioned this time at the pub when he wasn't there. Blend!
by ahaha09 July 11, 2011
 
2.
Bell End shortened
"Your such a B-lend"
by B-Lender123 October 04, 2009
 
3.
Most common in Leeds youth dialect.
1)Verb- To improvise in order to solve a difficulty, or divert suspicion away from oneself. Usually achieved by hiding, acting or concealing something.
2) An act of blending.

1) A man came out of his house, so I had to blend it behind a bush

2)She asked where i was going. I told her i was going home and she believed it. What a blend!
by Liam Williams May 24, 2006
 
4.
B'lend is a shortened word for 'Bellend'
Dam Patty is such a 'B'lend'!
by DEO!! May 20, 2014
 
5.
Blend - the common merging of the words BELL and END to reply with quick response during an insult war. Also used to simply 'pull someones pants down' in front of a group of peers or fine young females.
Craig - you are a right Blend lad
Mark - Cheers mate, much appreciated
by Craig Mogga March 22, 2007
 
6.
abbreviation of bell-end conjured up by rawsy as a replacement for the out-dated and over-used rockend
rawsy: "Dave, you're just a blend"
by Doddy August 07, 2005
 
7.
A posh word for bellend, safe for use at work or other related places.

An abbreviation off bellend; b'lend
What did you do that for Bizbo !? You're such a blend
by BDR Beanz April 18, 2010