Definitions for "dent"
A stroke; a blow.
A slight depression, or small notch or hollow, made by a blow or by pressure; an indentation.
To make a dent upon; to indent.
A tooth, as of a card, a gear wheel, etc.
an appreciable consequence (especially a lessening); "it made a dent in my bank account"
an impression in a surface (as made by a blow)
Keywords:  reed, sleyed, sett, wire, warp
The space between two wires in a COMB or REED through which a WARP strand passes.
On a loom, the space between the wires of a reed.
The space between two adjacent wire in a reed. The number of dents per inch determines the sett of the warp. Also known as split.
Dent is a small fell on the fringe of the English Lake District near the towns of Cleator Moor and Egremont. Sometimes known as Long Barrow, it is traditionally the first fell encountered by hikers following Wainwright's Coast to Coast Walk.
Dent is a small village nestling in a narrow valley on the western slopes of the Pennines. Until 1974 it was in the West Riding of Yorkshire. Now, although it still lies within the Yorkshire Dales National Park, for local government purposes it is within Cumbria.
Done by cheaters, too mark card by creasing the corners of the cards.
To mark cards by creasing their corners (Rounding).
The word dent is in this book used to describe the acoustically active areas of the steel pan. The notes are always convex, seen from the top of the pan, and could also be described using the synonymous words; bulge, dome or swelling. I have chosen to use the more technical word "dent", even if the regular use of it mostly refers to unintended, concave shapes.
Dent is a project focused upon network modeling and analysis tools. The project currently supports an OS X, Cocoa-based application and technologies based upon the Mozilla framework.
a failure in the metal itself
Deformation in container metal caused by impact with a relatively blunt object.