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  1. tilt

    • IPA[tɪlt]

    英式

    • v.
      move or cause to move into a sloping position;change or cause to change in favour of one person or thing as opposed to another
    • n.
      a sloping position or movement;an upwards or downwards pivoting movement of a camera
    • noun: tilt, plural noun: tilts

    • verb: tilt, 3rd person present: tilts, gerund or present participle: tilting, past tense: tilted, past participle: tilted

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. move or cause to move into a sloping position:

      the floor tilted slightly

      he tilted his head to one side

    • 2. change or cause to change in favour of one person or thing as opposed to another:

      the balance of industrial power tilted towards the workers

    • 3. move (a camera) in a vertical plane:

      tilting the camera causes convergence of upright lines

    • 4. (in jousting) thrust at with a lance or other weapon:

      he tilts at his prey

      the lonely hero tilting at the system

    • 5. engage in a contest with:

      I resolved never to tilt with a French lady in compliment

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a sloping position or movement:

      the tilt of her head

    • 2. an upwards or downwards pivoting movement of a camera:

      pans and tilts

    • 3. an inclination or bias:

      the paper's tilt towards the United States

    • 4. a combat for exercise or sport between two men on horseback with lances; a joust.
    • 5. an attempt at winning (something) or defeating (someone):

      a tilt at the European Cup

    • 6. a small hut in a forest.
    • with maximum energy or force; at top speed

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    • n. a heavy pivoted hammer used in forging, raised mechanically and allowed to drop on the metal being worked.

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    • n. a place where jousts took place.

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    • n. a place where jousts took place.

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    • with maximum energy or force; at top speed

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    • n. a heavy pivoted hammer used in forging, raised mechanically and allowed to drop on the metal being worked.

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    • n. an amusement park ride in which cars spin as they are carried around an undulating track:

    • we had just hopped off the tilt-a-whirl and Pete was pretty dizzy

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    • n. an amusement park ride in which cars spin as they are carried around an undulating track:

    • we had just hopped off the tilt-a-whirl and Pete was pretty dizzy

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    • IPA[tilt]

    美式

    • v.
      move or cause to move into a sloping position:
    • the floor tilted slightly

      he tilted his head to one side

    • n.
      a sloping position or movement:
    • the tilt of her head

      the coffee cup was on a tilt

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