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  1. indent

    • v.
      start (a line of text) or position (a block of text, table, etc.) further from the margin than the main part of the text;form deep recesses or notches in (a line or surface)
    • n.
      a space left by indenting a line or block of text.;an indentation
    • verb: indent, 3rd person present: indents, gerund or present participle: indenting, past tense: indented, past participle: indented

    • noun: indent, plural noun: indents

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    • 1. a space left by indenting a line or block of text.
    • 2. an indentation every indent in the coastline
    • 3. British an official order or requisition for specified goods or stores.
    • 4. an indenture.
    • adj.
      divided or edged with a zigzag line.

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    • adj.
      divided or edged with a zigzag line.

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    • n.
      indentation of a paragraph in which all lines except the first are indented.

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    • v.
      start (a line of text) or position (a block of text) further from the margin than the main part ... type a paragraph of text and indent the first line
    • n.
      an official order or requisition for goods: Hawthorn refused to approve the indent for silk scarves

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    • IPA[ɪnˈdɛnt]

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    • v.
      make a dent or impression in (something): sometimes voting-hole rectangles are merely indented by the voter's stylus

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    • IPA[inˈdent]

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    • v.
      make a dent or impression in (something): his chin was firm and slightly indented

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