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Synonyms for dent

make a dent in

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diminish

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Synonyms for dent

an appreciable consequence (especially a lessening)

a depression scratched or carved into a surface

an impression in a surface (as made by a blow)

make a depression into

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Step 2: Molding the filler into defected area--This incompressible material fills the dent area and acts as a load-transfer agent to transfer the stresses from the pipe to the composite sleeve.
Furthermore:"Police said they ordered Dent to put his hands up, but they could only see one.
But you can tackle these minor dings and dents in a very ' DIY' way.
La correction peut se faire a n'importe quel age alors qu'une dent malade ne pourra jamais redevenir a son etat d'origine.
Language Arts/English--How does blogging help Dent in his travels?
The invitation to fight came from Mr Dent and, once the gauntlet was thrown down, it was up to him to take a more mature approach, but he accepted," he said.
When they saw each other, words were exchanged and Mr Dent suggested they go outside to have a fight.
Have you seen those paintless dent repair tools advertised on TV?
The new Dents building will include a large warehouse to house stock, design and manufacturing facilities, retail outlet, as well as office and meeting rooms for Dent's operational and administration staff.
RACING'S umbrella charity Racing Welfare is taking on a fresh challenge - and so is its newest recruit Alec Dent, who has been appointed to the role of volunteers' co-ordinator.
Hail creates a wide range of dent shapes, sizes, and depths in condenser fins.
n TENNIS: Wild cards Marcos Baghdatis and Taylor Dent both advanced to the second round of the Proton Malaysian Open in Kuala Lumpur.
The 28-year-old Dent, son of former Australian player Phil Dent and U.