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Spanish translation of “oblique”

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oblique

adjective /əˈbliːk/
sloping
oblicuo
He drew an oblique line from one corner of the paper to the other.
not straight or direct
indirecto
He made an oblique reference to her work.
obliquely adverb
oblicuamente
Translations of “oblique”
in French oblique, indirect…
in German schräg, indirekt…
in Chinese (Traditional) 角度, 斜的, 傾斜的…
in Russian непрямой, косвенный…
in Turkish dolaylı, üstü kapalı, ima yollu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 角度, 斜的, 倾斜的…
in Polish zawoalowany, nie wprost…
(Definition of oblique from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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