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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
(Definition of indent from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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