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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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As envisioned, the tilting lock is a floating structure made of steel in the form of a ship's hull, fitted out with two separate water-filled channels with enough room to hold five vessels at a time.
Tilt-A-Hitch easily and safely converts a regular trailer to a tilting trailer to allow simple loading and unloading of cargo, hot-rods, tractors, ATVs, UTVs, motorcycles, and much more.
Now less-famous buildings are challenging Pisa for the title of farthest tilting tower--and the media attention and tourist dollars that come with it.
When a tilting train enters a curve, sensors on the front wheels of the train signal to the remaining cars when they should begin their tilt.
MP Michael Fabricant (Con Lichfield) will push the case for tilting trains which could use a new route and avoid cutting through Midland villages and towns.
The judge asked for more information on the tilting mechanism and was given an informal tour of the control room.
Just as golf's yips can suddenly appear from nowhere, so tilting can creep up unannounced on the poker player, causing his game to deteriorate with a corresponding negative effect upon his bank balance.
Options: Booking, tilting, shuttle beds, intrinsically safe designs.
To use the ACT self-contained container tilting units, the container and trailer chassis are backed into the unit.
If you've been playing well and things suddenly go pear-shaped, it's a good sign you may be tilting.
Some people wrongly think that once a player starts tilting they immediately lose control and collapse into a heap, a burnt-out wreck.
SDK has succeeded in doubling the capacity by adopting a continuous production system with a tilting furnace, instead of the conventional batch system, and modifying the technology.