slanting

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈslɑːntɪŋ/

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slant

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. [hung, positioned, placed] at a slant
  2. the slant of the [ceiling, roof]
  3. the [road, deck, property] is on a slant
  4. [cut, trim] stems on the slant
  5. a slant of [45 degrees]
  6. the angle of the slant
  7. [saw, detected] a slant of light
  8. the story has a [humorous, light-hearted] slant
  9. her writing has a [curious, satirical] slant
  10. what is your slant on the [story, news, decision]?
  11. [gave, offered] her slant on the [story]
  12. [spin, take, have] a positive slant
  13. slant [upward, slightly, horizontally]
  14. slant [the roof, a story, information]
  15. [the roof] was slanted
  16. slant to [support, make, suit]
  17. slant in favor of [the president, him, the company]
  18. the [story, information] was slanted in her favor
  19. slant towards [youth, politicians, the Republicans]
  20. the [sun, sunlight, clouds] slanted (across the mountain)
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