- n. 倾斜；观点；偏见
- vi. 倾斜；有倾向
- vt. 使倾斜；使倾向于
- adj. 倾斜的；有偏见的
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1. slip => *sl- "slip" => slip, slope, slant. 在没有外力作用下要倾斜、有斜坡才能滑动。
词源不详，可能来自辅音丛 sl-,滑的，词源同 slip,slide,slope.引申词义使倾斜，歪斜，后用于 比喻义倾向性的陈述的报道。
- slant (n.)
- 1650s, "an oblique direction or plane" (originally of landforms), from slant (v.). Meaning "a way of regarding something" is from 1905. Derogatory slang sense of "a slant-eyed Asian person" is recorded from 1943, from earlier slant-eyes (1929).
- slant (v.)
- 1520s, "to strike obliquely" (against something), alteration of slenten "slip sideways" (c. 1300), perhaps via a Scandinavian source (compare Swedish slinta "to slip," Norwegian slenta "to fall on one side"), from Proto-Germanic *slintanan. Intransitive sense of "to slope, to lie obliquely" is first recorded 1690s; transitive sense of "to give a sloping direction to" is from 1805. Related: Slanted; slanting. As an adverb from late 15c.; as an adjective from 1610s. Slant rhyme attested from 1944.
- 1. The political slant at Focus can be described as centre-right.
- 2. You're slightly above the garden because the house is on a slant.
- 3. Close the window quickly lest the raindrops ( should ) slant in.
- 快关窗户,别让雨点 潲 进来.
- 4. I want to know your slant on the problem.
- 5. The lines are drawn on a slant.
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