transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- inclinar he tilted his head to one side ladeó la cabeza to tilt sth back/forward inclinar algo hacia atrás/adelante
intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo
- 1.1 (slope) inclinarse the chair nearly tilted over la silla casi se cae para atrás her eyebrows tilted in surprise arqueó las cejas sorprendida 1.2 (in jousting) to tilt
atsb/sth acometer or arremeter (lanza en ristre) contraalgn/algoMore example sentences
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- The same might be said of rifle practice, as compared with bravely tilting at an enemy with spear and shield upon an open field of battle.
- But he's already tilted at, and failed to land, Spain's Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria and Germany's Commerzbank.
- When Morgan left in 1996 the balance of power was tilting gently again towards Kerry.
- It's a travesty because if anything the axis of power has been tilting back towards men in recent years.
- I eased off the brakes and pulled on the power lines by tilting the handles towards me.
- 1 u and c 1.1 (slope) inclinación (feminine) sideways tilt ladeo (masculine) 1.2 (action) to give sth a tilt inclinar algo
- 3 (cover) toldo (masculine)
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