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slanting

Line breaks: slant|ing
Pronunciation: /ˈslɑːntɪŋ
 
, ˈslantɪŋ/

Definition of slanting in English:

adjective

Positioned or directed in a sloping or oblique direction: the slanting beams of the roof the slanting rays of the evening sun
More example sentences
  • For brief moments the rain would relent, teasingly, then come slashing into the arena in slanting waves.
  • The V-shaped rear window fits in perfectly with the slanting windscreen.
  • According to the principles of calligraphy, writing should be upright or slanting to the right.

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