transitive verbAmerican English: /ɪnˈdɛnt/ British English: /ɪnˈdɛnt/
- 1 (set in)(line/paragraph)
- It begins with a line containing ‘help’, followed by a number of lines of help text that are indented two spaces from the help line.
- However, indenting a line with any whitespace means that it continues the data from the previous line.
- It is traditional to place extra colons at the beginning and end of each field when they are given on separate lines, as in this example, with all continuation lines indented by a tab.
- The Brinell hardness test consists in indenting the metal surface with a 10-mm-diameter steel ball at a load of 3,000 kg mass.
- To measure the complex microrheology of the cells, beaded probes were used to indent the surface at a specified location on each cell.
- The Giant's Causeway is off the north coast and Belfast Lough indents the south-east coastline.
intransitive verbAmerican English: /ɪnˈdɛnt/ British English: /ɪnˈdɛnt/
nounAmerican English: /ɪnˈdɛnt/ , /ˈɪnˌdɛnt/ British English: /ˈɪndɛnt/
- pedido (masculine)
orden (feminine) de compra
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- We were engulfed by the sudden darkness, and I leaned out the window to press on a slightly indented part of the wall - a button for the secret underground compartment.
- I try again, pressing harder, but the back of the knife handle indents my forefinger much more readily than the cutting edge scores the rock.
- Wake up, get out of bed, remove your butt from that indented sofa cushion and take a long overdue vacation from ‘media land!’
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