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dentnoun [C]

uk   /dent/ us   /dent/

dentverb [T]

uk   /dent/ us   /dent/
to make a small hollow mark in the surface of something: I dropped a hammer on the floor, and it dented the floorboard.
If you dent someone's confidence or pride, you make them feel less confident or proud: His confidence was badly dented when he didn't get the job.

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dentnoun [C]

us   /dent/
a small, hollow mark in the surface of something caused by pressure or being hit: She ran into my car and put a dent in it.
dent
verb [T] us   /dent/
I dented the table with my hammer.
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Traducciones de “dent”
en coreano 움푹 패인 곳…
en árabe انبِعاج…
in Malaysian kemik…
en francés bosse…
en ruso вмятина, брешь…
en chino (tradicionál) (物體表面上的)坑,凹陷…
en italiano ammaccatura…
en turco çukur, göçük, girinti…
en polaco wgniecenie, uszczerbek, wyrwa…
en español abolladura, abollar, hacer mella en…
in Vietnamese vết lõm…
en portugués depressão…
in Thai รอยบุ๋ม…
en alemán die Beule…
en catalán abonyegadura…
en japonés へこみ…
en chino (simplificado) (物体表面上的)坑,凹陷…
in Indonesian penyok…
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