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    dent

    What does "dent" mean in the following context?

    The bottom line is that unlike other wannabe bot builders, Hassan has the capital needed to dent this field.

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    Re: dent

    Make an impact on.

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    Re: dent

    ... or an impression in - that synonym might be easier to remember, because of the synonymy of the two words - dent/impression.

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