Noun(1) an order for goods to be exported or imported(2) the space left between the margin and the start of an indented line
Verb(1) set in from the margin(2) cut or tear along an irregular line so that the parts can later be matched for authentication(3) make a depression into(4) notch the edge of or make jagged(5) bind by or as if by indentures, as of an apprentice or servant
(1) She was wearing trainers but didn't realise her body weight would indent it.(2) He dug the blade deep into the shallow indent that had been made and flung the dirt into a pile to his left.(3) Its role is defined by the first indent of Article 4 TEU: it shall provide the Union with the necessary impetus for its development and shall define the general political guidelines thereof.(4) Maryne then realized that the man's steps were light and made no noise as they barely made an indent on the sand.(5) every indent in the coastline(6) They shall take all appropriate measures they deem necessary to prevent any indirect discharge of substances in list I due to activities other than those mentioned in the second indent .(7) He stood in what seemed to be an indent in the cliff wall on the far right.(8) She kneeled here, where the indent is deeper, next to where the Englishman lay.(9) It absolutely astonishes me that the ├ö├ç├┐Tab├ö├ç├û key will not indent a line in any website builder currently used by members of the group.(10) For the purpose of applying the content of the fifth indent of the first sub-paragraph, Member States may lay down guide levels, solely as a form of evidence.(11) To measure the complex microrheology of the cells, beaded probes were used to indent the surface at a specified location on each cell.(12) The man pointed a mittened hand deeper into the indent in the rock walls.(13) There was a deep indent in the cement, however there was nothing in the hole.(14) Type ├ö├ç├┐set shiftwidth = 4├ö├ç├û to make all indentation commands use a four-space indent .(15) type a paragraph of text and indent the first line(16) But when it's converted to HTML, that little indent is suddenly this huge gap, and that does look confusing.
(1) hanging indent :: mewnoliad crog
1. indentation ::
2. indenture ::
3. indention ::
4. notch ::
5. make an indentation in ::
gwneud mewnoliad yn
6. nick ::
7. depress ::
8. impress ::
9. mark ::
10. imprint ::
11. scallop ::
12. groove ::
13. furrow ::
Different Formsindent, indented, indenting, indention, indents
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