@odondon: coud it be that you misinterpreted my remark regarding the "Wortpaar 'blend adj. - verlaufen'"
as a remark referring to the pair "blend - sich mischen"
the thread started out with?
(I know I should have started a separate thread, but initially - when I wrote #4 - I really was absolutely uncertain whether it was just me not understanding or the pair really was wrong (now I'm fairly sure it is).
However, since it started here, let's clarify it here, and if the pair is indeed wrong, I'll be happy to start a new thread... :-)
So, again, here's my question: is the word pair "blend adj.
- verlaufen" correct? You find it on the dictionary page Dictionary: blend
in the first line under "Direct Matches".
I know of "blend" as a noun and I know of "to blend" as a verb - but I've never heard of "blend" as an adjective.
In my opinion it should be "to blend - verlaufen", as this meaning of the verb "blend" is missing in the dictionary (colours that blend into each other - Farben, die ineinander verlaufen).Dictionary: verlaufen
What do you think?