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Synonyms for tilt

Synonyms for tilt

to depart or cause to depart from true vertical or horizontal

to strive in opposition

deviation from a particular direction

any competition or test of opposing wills likened to the sport in which knights fought with lances

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a combat between two mounted knights tilting against each other with blunted lances

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a slight but noticeable partiality

the property possessed by a line or surface that departs from the vertical

pitching dangerously to one side

to incline or bend from a vertical position

heel over

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move sideways or in an unsteady way

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charge with a tilt

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References in periodicals archive ?
The evaluation of pelvic tilt was performed subjectively by the principal investigator, who is an experienced hip surgeon.
The original data of three encoders were transformed into the lateral displacement of pelvis, pelvic tilt, and rotation according to the kinematic model.
In relation to the localization of pain, there was a significant difference in pelvic tilt in degrees (p = 0.036) and pelvic inclination in degrees (p = 0.017).
The excessive pelvic tilt, coupled with weak glutes and hamstrings, can definitely cause low back pain and reduce running efficiency.
When adolescents were sitting looking straight ahead they had a mean head flexion of 71 degrees (SD 10), neck flexion of 52 degrees (SD 9), craniocervical angle of 161 degrees (SD 12), cervicothoracic angle of 149 degrees (SD 8), trunk angle of 232 degrees (SD 11), lumbar angle of 129 degrees (SD 18), and pelvic tilt angle of 5 degrees (SD 15).
Eighty-six patients stopped all sports activities for at least 3 months, 98 patients wore an antilordotic thoracolumbosacral orthosis on a full-time basis for 3 months, and 69 patients had structured physical therapy which consisted of a rehabilitation program including abdominal strengthening, hamstring stretching, and pelvic tilt exercises until symptoms resolved.
We had performed a pilot study in which a lumbar wedge group had a 45% incidence of hypotension, whereas the incidence has been reported as 75 to 90% during caesarean delivery in the pelvic tilt position (5,9).
Pelvic Tilt: "While sitting, push your pelvis back into the chair, hold it for three seconds and then relax.
In the supine position, inspect and palpate for lordosis or pelvic tilt, as well as for distension or masses.
Pelvic Tilt: While sitting, push your pelvis back into the chair, hold it for three seconds and then relax.
Questa limitazione causava rigidita a livello del bacino, che non poteva modificare il suo grado di pelvic tilt anteriore in risposta all'alternanza della flesso-estensione delle anche (1,14), ne poteva compiere rotazioni coordinate (3,5,15-17).
Many dancers stand at the barre in a posterior pelvic tilt (tuck)--often to gain extra turnout--or an anterior pelvic tilt (swayback).
[40, 41] found that posterior pelvic tilt had a minimal effect on ischial pressures when investigating an experimental simulator chair that could independently control the orientation of the trunk, pelvis, and thighs with 18 healthy male subjects.
Exercises such as the pelvic tilt and forward kneeling help improve function of the pelvic diaphragm, or levator ani muscles, and ultimately the pelvic floor (Anthony, 2002; Anthony, 2008).
Wulker, "Quantification and visualization of the influence of pelvic tilt upon measurement of acetabular inclination and anteversion," Zeitschrift fur Orthopadie und Ihre Grenzgebiete, vol.