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Translation of "indent" - English-Spanish dictionary

indent

verb /inˈdent/
to begin (a line of writing) farther in from the margin than the other lines sangrar You should indent the first line of each new paragraph. indentation /inden-/ noun a V-shaped cut (in the edge or outline of an object). mella, muesca an indent. sangrado a deep inward curve in a coastline. ensenada indented adjective having an edge, outline etc with V-shaped cuts or inward curves. mellado, marcado
Translations of “indent”
in Vietnamese sắp chữ lùi vào…
in Thai ย่อหน้า…
in Malaysian membuat inden…
in French renforcer…
in German einrücken…
in Chinese (Traditional) 空間, 在…邊緣(或表面)留出空間…
in Indonesian membuat alinea baru, membuat takik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 空间, 在…边沿(或表面)留出空间…
(Definition of indent from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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