bend in

bend in

To lean or arch inward. Ever since the car accident, my passenger-side door has been bent in.
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bend in

to curve or turn inward. The shore bent in about a mile to the west. The side of the shed bent in under the force of the wind.
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Matt said, ``Sam told me I would have to fire exactly 17 metres to the left of the target for the bullet to bend in the wind and take him out.
With his body fairly erect, a slight bend in his knees, and his feet about 12 inches apart, the QB is now in the best position to throw the football quickly with velocity and accuracy, much like a pitcher from the stretch position.