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indent1
verb (indented, indenting )
1 printing , typing to begin (a line or paragraph) further in from the margin than the main body of text.
2 to divide (a document drawn up in duplicate in two columns) along a zigzag line.
3 to draw up (a document, deed, etc) in duplicate.
4 tr & intr , Brit, commerce to make out a written order (especially for foreign goods).
5 to indenture someone as an apprentice.
6 to make a notch or notches in something (eg a border).
noun
1 Brit, commerce
a a written order for goods, especially foreign goods;
b an official requisition for goods.
2 printing , typing an indented line or paragraph.
3 a notch.
4 an indenture.
[14c: from French endenter , from Latin indentare to make toothlike notches in something, from dens , dentis tooth]


indent2
verb (indented , indenting ) to form a dent in something or mark it with dents.
noun , a hollow, depression or dent.
[14c, meaning -to inlay-]


indentation
noun
1 a cut or notch, often one of a series.
2 a deep, inward curve or recess, eg in a coastline.
3 the act or process of indenting.
4 a less common word for indention.


indention
noun , printing , typing
1 the indenting of a line or paragraph.
2 the blank space at the beginning of a line caused by indenting a line or paragraph.


indenture
noun
1 (usu indentures) a contract binding an apprentice to a master.
2 an indented document, agreement or contract between two or more parties (see indent1, verb 2, 3).
verb (indentured , indenturing ) chiefly old use
1 to bind (eg an apprentice) by indentures.
2 to bind (eg another party) by an indented contract or agreement.
[14c; see indent1]


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