动词过去式:dented 过去分词:dented 现在分词:denting 第三人称单数:dents
1 (also dint) hollow place in a hard even surface made by a blow or pressure 凹陷; 凹部; 凹痕
*a dent in the boot of my car 我的汽车行李箱上的凹痕.
2 (idm 习语) (make) a dent in sth (infml 口) (cause) a reduction in sth 减少; 削减; 削弱
*a dent in one's pride 自尊心的挫伤
* The repairs made a dent in our funds, ie cost us a lot. 这次修理用去了我们很多钱.
(a) [Tn] make a dent or dents in (sth) 在（某物）上造成凹痕
*The back of the car was badly dented in a collision. 这辆汽车後部在碰撞中造成很大的凹陷.(b) [I] get a dent or dents 出现凹痕
*a metal that dents easily 容易出现凹痕的金属.
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