dint

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çizgi
iz
ufak oyuk
çentik
ufak çukur açmak
{i} çizik
vasıtasıyla
ufak çukur meydana getirmek
{i} ufak çukur
{i} kuvvet

O çaba kuvvetiyle başardı. - He succeeded by dint of effort.

oyuk
dent
{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.

dent
{i} çökme
dent
ufak çukur
dent
çökük
dent
çukurlu olmak
dent
çukur açmak
dent
projelendirmek
dent
dişlemek
dent
vuruk
dent
ezik
dent
yamultmak
dent
yamulmak
dent
incinme
dent
göçürmek
by dint of
(Fiili Deyim ) 1-kuvvetiyle 2- vasıtasıyla 3- sayesinde
by dint of
vasıtasıyla
by dint of
-in sayesinde
by dint of
kuvvetiyle

O çaba kuvvetiyle başardı. - He succeeded by dint of effort.

dent
diş

Bir diş hekimini ziyaret etmen gerekiyor. - You ought to see a dentist.

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

dent
{f} göçmek
dent
tarak veya vites dişi
dent
{i} çentik
dent
{f} göçürtmek
dent
göç/göçert
medium dint
(Tekstil) kapri kesim
English - English
To dent
A dent
Force, power; especially in by dint of
A blow, stroke, especially dealt in a fight

Much daunted with that dint, her sence was dazd .

{v} to make a cavity or hollow, to mark
{n} a blow, stroke, force, power, mark, hole
dent
If you achieve a result by dint of something, you achieve it by means of that thing. He succeeds by dint of sheer hard work = by means of. by dint of (doing) sth by using a particular method
Force; power; esp
blow, stroke
{i} hollow, depression, dent
A blow; a stroke
in the phrase by dint of
force; power; -- esp. in the phrase by dint of
interchangeable with `means' in the expression `by dint of'
To make a mark or cavity on or in, by a blow or by pressure; to dent
The mark left by a blow; an indentation or impression made by violence; a dent
by dint of
By reason of; by means of

Nobs, by dint of much scrambling and one or two narrow escapes from death, had managed to follow us up the cliff and was now curled between me and the doorway, having devoured a piece of the dried meat, which he seemed to relish immensely.

by dint of
because of
dint

    Turkish pronunciation

    dînt

    Pronunciation

    /ˈdənt/ /ˈdɪnt/

    Etymology

    [ 'dint ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Old English dynt.

    Tenses

    dinting, dinted

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