lean in a particular direction;not be straight
present news,etc. from a particular point of view
point of view,sometimes prejudiced,from which sth is seen or presented
"the roof had a steep pitch"
"A scar slanted across his face"
"He biased his presentation so as to please the share holders"
"She leaned over the banister"
"The tower is tilting"
"The ceiling is slanting"
The slant of a ladder that leans against a house.
出自： M. Twain
He walked down the slant past the guard.
出自： C. J. Cherryh
We went along Cheapside, and slanted off to Little Britain.
Her shadow slanted across the familiar brilliance out of doors.
出自： M. Warner