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slant

US [slænt]
UK [slɑːnt]
  • n.倾斜;斜面;歪斜;斜线
  • v.歪斜;有倾向性地陈述;有偏向地报道
  • adj.歪斜的
  • Web倾斜度;使倾斜;倾斜的
Simple Present:slants  Present Participle:slanting  Past Tense:slanted  
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v.
1.
[i][t]
(使)倾斜,歪斜to slope or to make sth slope in a particular direction or at a particular angle
The sun slanted through the window.
太阳斜照进窗户。
Slant your skis a little more to the left.
把滑雪板略微向左斜一点。
2.
[t]
~ sth (+ adv./prep.)
有倾向性地陈述;有偏向地报道to present information based on a particular way of thinking, especially in an unfair way
The findings of the report had been slanted in favour of the manufacturers.
报告中的调查结果偏袒制造商。
n.
1.
倾斜;歪斜;斜线;斜面a sloping position
The sofa faced the fire at a slant .
沙发斜对着壁炉。
Cut the flower stems on the slant .
把花茎斜着切断。
2.
~ (on sth/sb)
(有倾向性的)观点,态度a way of thinking about sth, especially one that shows support for a particular opinion or side in a disagreement
She put a new slant on the play.
她对那出戏提出了一种新的见解。

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