Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Tilt"

The meaning of "Tilt" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa tilt your heard downwards and upwards over and over.

(does this sound natural?)?
A: "Tilt your head up and down a few times." is more natural.
Q: O que significa Gone full tilt ?
A: full tilt = as strongly as possible, at maximum

Chris has gone full tilt = Chris is expressing himself very strongly; this is the most intense thing Chris has said
Q: O que significa blind, tilt and flesh?
A: blind: loss of eyesight or cannot see
tilt: to slant or make crooked
flesh: parts of skin and muscle
Q: O que significa tilt?
A: To tilt something means to adjust its angle. For example, you are hanging a picture on a wall. You ask someone, "Does it look straight?" The other person says, "It's almost perfect. Just tilt it to the right a little."

Example sentences using "Tilt"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com tilt (with all its meanings).
A: @alex_mex
She answered with a tilt of her head.
The table tends to tilt.
I positioned the camera at a slight tilt, so I get different angles.
As the ship began to tilt, we got scared we end up in the sea.
This hat should be wore at a tilt to the right side.

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com tilt at windmills.
A: Fighting imaginary enemies is tilting at windmills.

Synonyms of "Tilt" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre tilt e lean ?
A: Tilting is like...moving or angling something, I guess?
You tilt your head to the side when you're confused, but you lean (put your weight on) against a wall.
Say, a photo frame is wonky so you tilt it a little to the left so that it's straight, but you lean a photo frame against a book so that it doesn't fall.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre tilt e tip ?
A: Tilt means something is slanted but may not fall over while something that is tipped usually will fall over

Tilt the screen please, I can’t see

My goodness, she tipped over the plant.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre tilt e lean ?
A: similar meaning but are not always interchangeable:

He tilted his head back. (This is almost idiomatic in English and no other word is used. Leaned cannot be substituted here.)

He leaned forward until he could touch his feet with his hands. (Tilted is not used in this situation.)

He leaned back in his chair too far and fell over. (Tilted is also possible here.)

Tilt your head to the right so I can look in your left ear. (Lean would not be used here.)

Lean against me if you're unsteady. (Tilt cannot be used here.)

He leaned against the wall until he regained his senses. (Tilted cannot be used here.)

Translations of "Tilt"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? I’m tilt, heard it on twitch,what does tilt mean?ty
A: If you heard it on twitch, it means that someone is mad. Like when you get ganked 5 times in a row, you become tilted (angry).
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? tilt
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Other questions about "Tilt"

Q: TILT
in English the word "tilt" means slope/inclination, do it?

in Italian, when something interrupts its normal functioning, it is said "va in tilt" or "è andata in tilt"

in English, it's correct to say "go in tilt"? does this use of tilt also exist in English?
A:

It does. I am on tilt, or this thing has gone on tilt.

Do you remember the old pinball machines? People would try to cheat by tilting the machine, and then a big light would start flashing saying – tilt! Tilt! And the machine would stop working.

The origin of the Italian expression must be at least similar if not identical, right?

Q: *where do you want me to put this square.

*just tilt it in the wall I'll hang it later.

(does this sound natural?)
A: that's what I said yeah but is it natural the whole conversation?
Q: Por favor, mostra-me como pronunciar tilts.
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Q: ‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎"tilt" soa natural?
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