Fragen über die Beispielsätze mit, und die Definition und Benutzung von "Dent"

Die Bedeutung von "Dent" in verschiedenen Ausdrücken und Sätzen

Q: Was bedeutet make a dent in something?
A: It means “make very little progress in spite of working hard.”
I worked for 3 hours cleaning my room, but it still looks messy. I didn’t even make a dent in making it look neat.
Q: Was bedeutet Put a dent in ?
A: It means to lessen the size of a debt, or to lessen the importance of something."
"This prize money will put a big dent in what I owe the bank."
"This new evidence is going to put a dent in his argument."
Q: Was bedeutet “put a dent in it” in the context like “i’ll leave him 2000 dollars for a month, that should put a dent in it”?
A: A dent - typically in metal, a small hollow or bend in the material. if you hit a car with a baseball bat, you’d put a dent in the metal.

Put a dent in - to do a little bit of damage to something

People use this when talking about money to say that something is costly, but not extremely costly. Fully - make/put a dent (in your wallet)

“I hate that guy so much, I’m going to set his car on fire.”
“Don’t waste your time. He’s so rich, he’d just buy a new one tomorrow, and that wouldn’t even put a dent in his wallet”

“The USA has spent 3 trillion dollars on their military this month. However, given the strength of their economy, this didn’t even put a dent in”.
Q: Was bedeutet this should help put a dent in the overhead?
A: Overhead is a business word that means the expenses that aren't directly related to what you're selling. For example, rent and insurance on a store is overhead.
Putting a dent in something means reducing it by a significant amount. You can put a dent in a pile of work, or in a big meal, or in a large expense, etc.
In this case, "this" is helping to reduce the cost of some business related expense.
Q: Was bedeutet "Not even a dent" in 242?
A: @g_fuxi: "not even a little bit" -> "has no effect"

People sometimes say, "I made a dent in it" to mean "I made a small amount of progress."

Beispielsätze die "Dent" benutzen

Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit dent.
A: "There was a dent in my car."
I caused the dent because I kicked his car.
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit make a dent.
A: Don’t make a dent in my car with that baseball bat!

I have been working on so many files today! It doesn’t even look like I made a dent in this pile.
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit dent.
A: He put a dent in my car.

Can you fix this dent?

That’s a big dent, how did that happen?
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit dent(some examples as a verb please)(_ _).。o○.
A: There is a dent in my car.

Somebody dented my car.

The outcome has dented my confidence.

Ähnliche Wörter wie "Dent" und ihre Unterschiede

Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen dent und ding ?
A: A ding is usually a small dent.
"I bumped my trumpet against my music stand and put a ding in the bell!"
"Bill bumped my car with his truck and dented the door!"
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen dent und crumple ?
A: "Dent", when used as an adjective, can only be used in the present tense. "Dented" is used in past tense.
Example: "I dent the can."--present
"I dented the can,"--past
So, in the case of your sentence, it would be, "He kicked the can and now it is dented." But "dented" would be used as an adjective in this sentence, because it is describing the can. If you wanted to use it as a verb, look at the sentence I used in the example: "I dented the can."
Your two sentences using "crumpled" are good! But, yes, "the paper is dent" would be wrong. "Dented" is usually used more for things like metal or plastic, while "crumpled" is used more for paper, so you might want to say, "The paper is crumpled." Also, "dented" can be used as an adjective in the present tense, but it implies that it already happened(which is why you would change it to "dented". Let me use your sentence as an example: "The paper is dented,"(this is an unnatural sentence, but I'm just going to use it for an example." So, if you are going to use "dent" as an adjective, you would have to ad "-ed" to form "dented" unless it is in the present tense.
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen dent und indent ?
A: To indent a paragraph is to move it away from the margin. To dent something is to damage it and put a dip in it.

Übersetzungen von "Dent"

Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? I've had it,When he finds out I put a dent in his car

Is it correct?
A: the first is wrong but the last two are correct. Hope that helps
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (UK)?
There is a dent in a car as it was collided to the road divider.
would you correct my mistakes?
A: The car has a dent as a result of a collision with the central reservation/barrier
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)?
There is a dent on a car as it was collided to the road divider.
would you correct my mistakes?
A: There is a dent on the car because it collided into a road divider.
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? œil pour œil, dent pour dent
A: An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth. :)
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? hampaat/les dents

Andere Fragen zu "Dent"

Q: I got a dent of a towel with my forehead when I got a massage. klingt das natürlich?
A: × I got a dent of a towel with my forehead when I got a massage.
✓ The towel left a dent in my forehead when I got a massage.

Q: What does " make a dent with public opinion." (last line) mean?

Context>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
The Democrats have vowed to unleash new fronts in their investigations of Trump and heap pressure on the White House and Republicans to tackle gun legislation this fall in response to a new series of mass shootings.

On Friday, two House committees sent inquiries to the White House about administration officials' use of taxpayer money at Trump properties, after Vice President Mike Pence was forced to defend a stay at a Trump property in Ireland during an official trip there.

Congress is returning to do battle with a weakened Trump, who entered the August recess from a point of strength but has been battered by weeks of bruising headlines.

At the end of July, Trump was presiding over a strong economy and a political victory in the form of special counsel Robert Mueller's testimony to Congress, which largely failed to make a dent with public opinion.
A: Have even the smallest amount of effect on what people think of you
Q: It can feel impossible to make a dent in the world’s massive pile of problems, but a little aid can go a long way.

What dose 'make a dent' mean in above context?
A: Make a dent = make an impact = do something to significantly affect that thing
Q: I had a dent on the wall
klingt das natürlich?
A: @tomomama: I would say "a dent in the wall" not "on". Like if you push a shelf against it and it leaves a dent in the drywall.

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