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tilt

 
1. to tip away from an upright position.
2. a condition of being tilted.
pelvic tilt an anteroposterior motion of the pelvis around an imaginary axis in the frontal plane.

tilt

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Slope.
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His love of low, fast cars lead him to recognize the need for an adjustable tilting hitch system.
But tilting trains, similar to those introduced by Virgin Trains on the West Coast Main Line in 2003, are able to turn corners at higher speeds.
There are those who boast of never going on tilt, but what they mean is that they don't recognise they're tilting.
But that's a myth - just as the yips can suddenly appear from nowhere in golf so tilting can creep up unannounced and slowly eat into a poker player's bank balance.
SDK will also start using a tilting furnace for continuous production of Pink Morundum - fused alumina abrasives doped with titanium and chromium for longer grinding life - in order to improve its quality and production efficiency.
Two weeks ago they ran two return services -the 0703 and the 1503 from Euston to Liverpool -using the tilting technology for the first time.
The trains are initially tilting on a 53-mile section between Milton Keynes and Atherstone.
It is effectively a chance for the operator to test the tilt before a fully revised timetable -featuring tilting trains -comes into operation on the upgraded West Coast line on September 27.
One system combines a traveling gear and a hydraulic ladle tilting device to move a standard conical ladle or a drum-shaped ladle along the molding line.
A tilting utility trailer also is available for skid steer and other lighter applications.
The S-3000E Tilt Tray Sorter utilizes an electronic tilting mechanism and operates at only 62 decibels--12 decibels lower than earlier models.
Fluid in your inner ears also tells your brain whether you're tilting, swaying, rising, or falling.