There are 2 translations of slant in Spanish:

slant1

Pronunciation: /slænt; slɑːnt/

n

  • 1 uncountable/no numerable (slope) inclinación (f); (of roof, floor) pendiente (f) on a o the slant inclinado
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    • The world is at a slant in these paintings, askew, all slope.
    • Some were tilted 90 degrees; some were even at a slant.
    • Innes' own piece, an abstract work with deep purple and white squares, is not only placed out of view in a private room but has been hung at a slant.
  • 2 countable/numerable (point of view) enfoque (m); (bias) sesgo (m)
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    • These two books, and the others they have written, are sheer delight as well as deep, repeatedly startling the reader with something unexpected, or coming at something familiar but at a slant.
    • Poetry in particular moves at a slant or tangent, taking advantage of the ambiguity of words, the various meanings to be found in them.
    • People were trying to look for a negative rather than a positive slant, which is the way they have chosen to go.

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There are 2 translations of slant in Spanish:

slant2

vi

  • 1.1 [handwriting] inclinarse
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    • The back of the heel should be vertical - not slanted.
    • I kept envisioning the streets, the fields that slanted upwards with the little dividing lines of trees running in order to separate properties.
    • Galorea shot off, ducking under the decaying beams that slanted over the wooden shanties.
    1.2
    (slanting present participle/participio presente)
    [roof/handwriting] inclinado; [eyes] rasgado, almendrado

vt

  • 1.1 (slope) [plant/handwriting] inclinar 1.2 [account/report] darle* un sesgo a; (give bias to) presentar tendenciosamente
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    • Language can be invented, subverted, skewed, and slanted to make it look good, yet say nothing.
    • I agree that this is ridiculously politically slanted in one direction.
    • Other articles to date seem to be slanted one way and give a biased direction.

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