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Translation of "dent" - English-Spanish dictionary

dent

noun   /dent/
an area in a hard surface that has been hit and pushed inward abolladura The car door had a dent in it.
verb   /dent/
to push an area of a hard surface inward by hitting it with something abollar The side of the car was dented in the accident.
to reduce someone’s confidence or positive feelings about something hacer mella en The defeat did little to dent her enthusiasm.
(Definition of dent from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

dent

noun /dent/
a small hollow made by pressure or a blow abolladura My car has a dent where it hit a tree.
(Definition of dent from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “dent”
in Korean 움푹 패인 곳…
in Arabic انبِعاج…
in Malaysian kemik…
in French bosse…
in Russian вмятина, брешь…
in Chinese (Traditional) (物體表面上的)坑,凹陷…
in Italian ammaccatura…
in Turkish çukur, göçük, girinti…
in Polish wgniecenie, uszczerbek, wyrwa…
in Vietnamese vết lõm…
in Portuguese depressão…
in Thai รอยบุ๋ม…
in German die Beule…
in Catalan abonyegadura…
in Japanese へこみ…
in Chinese (Simplified) (物体表面上的)坑,凹陷…
in Indonesian penyok…
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