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melt (away) into sth

phrasal verb with melt uk   us   /melt/ verb
to look so similar to something else all around you, or to be so much a part of it, that people do not see or notice you: The security men just melted into the background until they were needed.
Translations of “melt (away) into sth”
in Chinese (Traditional) 融入…中…
in Chinese (Simplified) 融入…中…
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