listen to the pronunciation of dent
English - Turkish
{i} göçük

Tom'un arabası tamponunda büyük bir göçük olduğu için kolaylıkla tanınabilir. - Tom's car is easily recognizable since there is a big dent in the front bumper.

{i} çökme
{i} oyuk
ufak çukur veya çöküntü
dişli çark
ufak çukur
çukurlu olmak
çukur açmak
çukur yapmak
{f} çökertmek
{f} çukur yap
{f} çökmek
{i} çentik
{f} çentmek
{i} ufak çukur; çentik, çöküntü, girinti

En son diş randevun ne zamandı? - When was your most recent dental appointment?

Derhal bir diş hekimi ile görüşsen iyi olur. - You'd better see a dentist at once.

bir yere çarpmaktan meydana gelen ufak çukur veya çentik
{f} berelemek
{f} göçürtmek
tarak veya vites dişi
tarak dişi
dent corn
göçük mısır
dent repair technician
kaporta tamircisi
dent resistance
(Mühendislik) çökme dayanımı
dent smb.'s image
görüntüsünü bozmak
dent smb.'s image
hayallerini yıkmak
yüzeyinde çukurları olan
make a dent in
bir işe el atmak
make a dent in
(deyim) (Olumsuz cümlelerde) bir yol katedememek, pek bir şey yapamamak, fazla yol alamamak

1. John shoveled and shoveled, but he didn't seem to make a dent in the pile of sand. 2. Mary studied all afternoon and only made a dent in her homework.

to dent
eritmek için
{s} çukurlu
make a dent in
havasını söndürmek
make a dent in
burnunu sürtmek
make a dent in
make a dent in
make a dent in
başarıya ilk adımı atmak
make a dent in
oil dent
(Askeri) YAĞ EZİKLİĞİ: Kovanın konileştirilmesi sırasında, fazla yağ kullanmaktan ileri gelen, hafif bir çukurdan ibaret mermi kusuru
English - English
To develop a dent or dents

Copper is soft and dents easily.

A shallow deformation in the surface of something produced by impact
The state of something's having been partially consumed

That purchase put a bit of a dent in my wallet.

An effect, a change caused by some force

make a dent in.

To impact something, producing a dent
{v} to indent, notch, mark with notches
Indented (Universal Dict )
To make a dent upon; to indent
A tooth, as of a card, a gear wheel, etc
make a depression into; "The bicycle dented my car"
An indentation that does not penetrate the paper nor remove any color or gloss Less severe defect than a CREASE
an impression in a surface (as made by a blow)
a depression scratched or carved into a surface
A slight depression, or small notch or hollow, made by a blow or by pressure; an indentation
{i} depression, hollow; small hollow caused by a blow
The word dent is in this book used to describe the acoustically active areas of the steel pan The notes are always convex, seen from the top of the pan, and could also be described using the synonymous words; bulge, dome or swelling I have chosen to use the more technical word "dent", even if the regular use of it mostly refers to unintended, concave shapes
an appreciable consequence (especially a lessening); "it made a dent in my bank account"
an impression in a surface (as made by a blow) an appreciable consequence (especially a lessening); "it made a dent in my bank account
Occurs when all kernels are fully dented and the ear is firm and solid There is no milk present in most kernels
A local depression in the pipe surface caused by mechanical damage that produces a gross disturbance in the curvature of the pipe without reducing the pipe wall thickness
{f} indent, press in, make a hollow depression
the space between adjacent wires in a reed
A stroke; a blow
(1) For rolled products, a sharply defined surface impression on the metal which may be caused by a blow from another object (2) For extrusions, a synonym for handling mark See "Mark, Handling"
A dent is a hollow in the surface of something which has been caused by hitting or pressing it. There was a dent in the car which hadn't been there before
If something dents your ideas or your pride, it makes you realize that your ideas are wrong, or that you are not as good or successful as you thought. This has not dented the City's enthusiasm for the company
If you dent the surface of something, you make a hollow area in it by hitting or pressing it. Its brass feet dented the carpet's thick pile. + dented dent·ed Watch out for bargains, but never buy dented cans
one space in a reed Each space can hold one or more threads Most fabrics are evenly spaced, i e two threads per dent or double-sleyed, three threads per dent or triple-sleyed
dent corn
A tall-growing variety of corn (Zea mays var. indentata) having yellow or white kernels that are indented at the tip
dent corn
corn whose kernels contain both hard and soft starch and become indented at maturity
Variant of denti-
make a dent in
(deyim) Make less by a very small amount; reduce slightly. Usually used in the negative or with such qualifying words as "hardly" or "barely"

1. John shoveled and shoveled, but he didn't seem to make dent in the pile of sand. 2. Mary studied all afternoon and only made a dent in her homework.

past of dent
{s} impressed with little hollows
of metal e g ; "bent nails"; "a car with a crumpled front end"; "dented fenders"
Indented; impressed with little hollows
present participle of dent
{i} impressing on a surface
plural of dent
third-person singular of dent
make a dent in
make a depression in -, create a hollow in -
Turkish - English
(Tıp) tooth
diş çürüğü dent
damaklı diş dent
upper plate
öğütücü diş dent
molar tooth, molar