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1tilt/ˈtɪlt/verb
tiltstiltedtilting
1tilt
/ˈtɪlt/
verb
tiltstiltedtilting
Learner's definition of TILT  
: to lift or move (something) so that one side is higher than another side
[+ object]
[no object]
   b  [+ object]  : to move (your head, chin, etc.) up, down, or to one side
: to influence (something) or to change so that a particular result or occurrence is more likely, a particular group is favored, etc.
[+ object]
[no object]

tilt at

[phrasal verb]
tilt at (someone or something)British  : to attack (someone or something) in writing or speech
tilt at windmills  : to use time and energy to attack an enemy or problem that is not real or important
2tilt/ˈtɪlt/noun
pluraltilts
2tilt
/ˈtɪlt/
noun
pluraltilts
Learner's definition of TILT  
[count]
: the state of having one side higher than the other
: the state of favoring one person, belief, etc., over another
   b  : a change of the actions or opinions of a person or group in a particular direction
US, informal  : a game or competition between two people, teams, etc.
British 
: an attempt to win something — + at
   b  : a written or spoken attack on someone or something — + at

(at) full tilt

: as fast as possible : at high speed
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