01. I [dented] my car while I was backing up in the parking lot.
02. How did you get that big [dent] in the front of your car?
03. Her son put a bunch of [dents] in their garage door by practising his tennis serves against it.
04. He got a big [dent] in his ego when his girlfriend dumped him for another guy.
05. My dad is going to blow up when he finds out I [dented] the car last night.
06. We've been working without a break for over 5 hours, and we've barely put a [dent] in all the stuff we have to do.
07. My daughter [dented] somebody's brand new Porsche when she opened our car door and hit it in the parking lot at the grocery store.
08. The repairs to my car have put quite a [dent] in my wallet.
09. Rising fuel costs have put a serious [dent] in our profits this year.
10. As usual, Christmas left him with a large [dent] in his pocketbook.
11. Even the billions of dollars of aid promised to Africa will only put a small [dent] in the widespread poverty found in certain parts of the continent.
12. The boys put a big [dent] in the front of the fridge when they were playing hockey in the kitchen.
13. The government's tax increase will put a sizeable [dent] in the average worker's paycheck.
14. I [dented] the car when I accidentally backed into a telephone pole.

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  • dent — [ dɑ̃ ] n. f. • 1080 masc. ou fém.; lat. dens, dentis I ♦ 1 ♦ (Chez l homme) Un des organes de la bouche, de couleur blanchâtre, durs et calcaires, implantés sur le bord libre des deux maxillaires. ⇒arg. ratiche . Mâcher, mordre, déchirer avec… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

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  • Dent — (d[e^]nt), n. [A variant of {Dint}.] 1. A stroke; a blow. [Obs.] That dent of thunder. Chaucer. [1913 Webster] 2. A slight depression, or small notch or hollow, made by a blow or by pressure; an indentation. [1913 Webster] A blow that would have… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English