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Make A Dent

Make A Dent - to make progress; to become closer to completing something

  • I have so much work to do, and I did not even make a dent.
  • We have been cleaning the house all day, and we only started to make a dent.
  • My boss has so much money that buying a new car is not going to even make a dwnt in his wallet.
  • The trip made a big dent in my bank account.
  • My medical bills really make a dent in my bank account. I do not know how I am going to manage.
  • Do you think the extra police will even make a dent in the crime.

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