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tilt
British English: /tɪlt/
American English: /tɪlt/

Translation of tilt in Arabic:

transitive verb/فعل متعد

  • 1
    (to slant) (Form IV) (the mirror, sunshade, chair, one's head)
    to tilt one's head back/to the side
    أَمالَ رَأْسَهُ إلى الخَلْفِ \ جانِباً
    don't tilt your chair!
    لا تُمِلْ كُرْسيَّكَ!
  • 2 (to influence) See examples: to tilt the balance in somebody's favour/against somebody
    قَلَبَ المَوازينَ لِصالِحِ \ ضدّ شَخْصٍ
    the balance has been tilted in favour of our company's bid
    انْقَلَبَت المَوازينُ لِصالِحِ العَرْضِ المُقَدَّمِ من شَرِكَتِنا

intransitive verb/فعل غير متعد

  • (to slant) (spire, table, ground) (Form I) (stem vowel = i)
    to tilt to the left/to one side
    مالَ إلى اليَسارِ \ جانِباً
    the floor tilts on this side
    تَميلُ الأَرْضيّةُ إلى هذا الجانِبِ

noun/اسم

  • 2
    [informal] (attack)
    to have a tilt at the organizers
    هاجَمَ المُنَظِّمينَ

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