tilted, past participle; tilts, 3rd person singular present; tilted, past tense; tilting, present participle;
Move or cause to move into a sloping position
the floor tilted slightly
the balance of industrial power tilted toward the workers
he tilted his head to one side
Incline or cause to incline toward a particular opinion
he is tilting toward a new economic course
Move (a camera) in a vertical plane
(in jousting) Thrust at with a lance or other weapon
he tilts at his prey
the lonely hero tilting at the system
Engage in a contest with
I resolved never to tilt with a French lady in compliment
A sloping position or movement
the tilt of her head
the coffee cup was on a tilt
An upward or downward pivoting movement of a camera
pans and tilts
An inclination or bias
the paper's tilt toward the Republicans
A combat for exercise or sport between two men on horseback with lances; a joust
An attempt at winning (something) or defeating (someone), esp. in sports
a tilt at the championship
lean: to incline or bend from a vertical position; "She leaned over the banister"
joust: a combat between two mounted knights tilting against each other with blunted lances
cant: heel over; "The tower is tilting"; "The ceiling is slanting"
controversy: a contentious speech act; a dispute where there is strong disagreement; "they were involved in a violent argument"
a slight but noticeable partiality; "the court's tilt toward conservative rulings"
careen: move sideways or in an unsteady way; "The ship careened out of control"
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a slope or inclination (uncountable); a joust (countable); the controlled vertical movement of a camera, or a device to achieve this; an attempt at something, such as a tilt at public office; to slope or incline (something); to slant; to charge (at someone) with a lance; to point or thrust a ...
(Tilted) sexual overload; physically or otherwise out of order.
(TILTING) Effect achieved when a camera on a stationary base pivots vertically, down to up or up to down, during filming.
(Tilting) A horse is tilting when its head tips to an angle on one side making one ear higher than the other. Horses that tilt are often evading a contact with the bit or are not sufficiently working through with one of the hind legs.
(Tilting) Evading contact by lowering one ear by tipping or cocking the head.
(Tilting) Laying bricks so that the top edges project from the wall plane surface.
(Tilting) Moving the camera’s line of sight in a vertical place, up and down.
(Tilting) This refers to an evasion when the horse tilts or cocks his head in which one ear is lower than the other.
(Tilting) Tipping the sample in the sample chamber so that it no longer lies in the horizontal plain.
(Tilting) bias that an investment fund can have for certain types of investment. E.g. investments can be tilted towards investment in renewables, community investments, etc. This is a more thorough and comprehesive type of positive and negative screening.
To play wildly or recklessly. A player is said to be "on tilt" if he is not playing his best, playing too many hands, trying wild bluffs, raising with bad hands, etc.
the angle a solar panel makes with the horizon. The ideal tilt for a location will mean that the panels absorb as much sunlight as possible.
When a player is not playing his best game because of factors such as desperation to get even, or suffering a bad beat, where the players mind gets in the way of his game.