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  1. slant

    • IPA[slɑːnt]

    英式

    • v.
      slope or lean in a particular direction; diverge or cause to diverge from the vertical or horizontal;(especially of light or shadow) fall in an oblique direction
    • n.
      a sloping position;a particular point of view from which something is seen or presented
    • adj.
      sloping
    • verb: slant, 3rd person present: slants, gerund or present participle: slanting, past tense: slanted, past participle: slanted

    • noun: slant, plural noun: slants

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    • 1. sloping slant pockets
    • adj.
      sloping or leaning in a particular direction: a slanted roof

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      sloping or leaning in a particular direction: a slanted roof

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      (of a person) having slanting eyes (often used as an insult towards people of Japanese or ... you slant-eyed git! his neat, slant-eyed Slavonic face

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      the height of a cone from the vertex to the periphery (rather than the centre) of the base.

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[slant]

    美式

    • v.
      slope or lean in a particular direction; diverge or cause to diverge from the vertical or ... a plowed field slanted up to the skyline slant your skis as you turn
    • n.
      a sloping position: the hedge grew at a slant cut flower stems on the slant
    • adj.
      sloping: slant pockets

    Oxford American Dictionary