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Translation of "slant" - English-Spanish dictionary

slant

verb   /slɑːnt/
to slope in a particular direction inclinarse Pale sunlight slanted through the curtain.
noun   /slɑːnt/
a position that is sloping pendiente The road is on a slant.
a way of writing about something that shows who or what you support sesgo a political slant
(Definition of slant from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

slant

verb /slaːnt/
to be, lie etc at an angle, away from a vertical or horizontal position or line; to slope inclinar The house is very old and all the floors and ceilings slant a little.
slanting adjective
inclinado, sesgado He has backward-slanting writing.
(Definition of slant from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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