English → English - slope

Pronunciation
n. side of a hill, incline; upward or downward slant; degree to which a surface deviates from the vertical
v. incline, slant upward or downward; cause to tilt, slant

English → Spanish - slope

Pronunciation
s. cuesta, abajadero, bajada, costanera, declinación, declive, desnivel, gradiente, inclinación, pendiente, subida; vertiente, ladera; terraplén, ribazo, talud
v. inclinarse; estar en declive

English → French - slope

Pronunciation
n. pente, inclinaison; arme sur l'épaule
v. décliner, déborder, regorger; incliner en débordant; mettre l'arme sur l'épaule

English → German - slope

Pronunciation
n. Abhang, Böschung; Schultergürtel
v. schräg od. schief machen od. legen; neigen; abschrägen; (Gewehr) anlegen

English → Indonesian - slope

Pronunciation
n. lereng, lerengan, landaian, miring: tempat miring, dakian, penurunan, lekuk
v. melandai, melereng

English → Italian - slope

Pronunciation
s. pendenza, inclinazione, pendio; grado d'inclinazione; china, declivio; (Sport) pista; (Mil) spallarm
v. declinare, essere in pendio; piegare, deviare; essere inclinato, pendere; (sl) andarsene, andar via, partire

English → Polish - slope

Pronunciation
n. pochyłość, pochylenie, nachylenie, zbocze, skłon, spad, spadek, spadzistość, skarpa, stok, stoczek
v. skłonić się, pochylać się, przekręcać, skarpować, przekręcić

English → Portuguese - slope

Pronunciation
s. inclinação, ladeira, declive; o ato de abaixar a arma
v. inclinar-se, ir em declive; fugir, desaparecer; colocar no ombro (arma)

English → Romanian - slope

Pronunciation
n. pantă, povârniş, coastă, versant, povârnire, înclinare, răsturniş, clină, coborâş, costişă, declivitate, prăvăliş, tăpşan, tihăraie, şold, ponor, pripor, suiş, urcuş, taluz, poziţie cu arma la umăr, rampă, diferenţă de nivel
v. fi în pantă, fi înclinat, înclina, povârni, apleca, sta oblic, tăia pieziş

English → Russian - slope

Pronunciation
с. уклон, покатость; наклон, склон, скат, откос, крутизна, косогор; гора для катания, наклонная выработка, наклонный штрек, бремсберг
г. иметь наклон, клониться, скашивать, срезывать

English → Turkish - slope

Pronunciation
f. meyilli olmak, eğimli olmak, eğim yapmak, eğri koymak, şevlendirmek, omuza asmak (tüfek)
i. yokuş, bayır, eğimli yer, yamaç, eğim, meyil, şev

English → Ukrainian - slope

Pronunciation
n. нахил, скат, згористість, косогір, наклін, похилість, спуск, схил, узгір'я, укіс, ухил
v. нахил: мати нахил, хилитися, нахиляти, нахилити

English → Dutch - slope

Pronunciation
zn. helling, afdaling; paraatheid van geweer (tegen de schouder)
ww. hellen, schuin af/oplopen, glooien; laten hellen/af/oplopen

English → Greek - slope

Pronunciation
ουσ. κλίση έδαφους, πλαγιά, κλίση, κατωφέρεια
ρήμ. κλίνω

English → Arabic - slope

Pronunciation
‏منحدر، إنحدار، ميل، تحدر‏
‏هرب، فر، إنسحب، رحل، مال، إنحدر‏
‏مائل‏

English → Chinese - slope

Pronunciation
(名) 斜坡, 倾斜, 斜面
(动) 倾斜, 逃走; 使倾斜; 掮; 使有坡度

English → Chinese - slope

Pronunciation
(名) 斜坡, 傾斜, 斜面
(動) 傾斜, 逃走; 使傾斜; 掮; 使有坡度

English → Hindi - slope

Pronunciation
n. निंनता, ढाल, असम भूमि
v. तिर्छा करना, ढालुआं होना, ढालू बनाना, झुकाना

English → Japanese - slope

Pronunciation
(名) 坂; 傾斜
(動) 傾斜する; 勾配をつける; 坂になる

English → Korean - slope

Pronunciation
명. 비탈, 경사; 내리막 경사길, 오르막 경사길; 사면
동. 경사지게 하다; 경사지다

English → Vietnamese - slope

Pronunciation
n. giốc, đường giốc, độ giốc, đoạn đường lài lài
v. xiên, giốc

Definition of slope

Pronunciation
Noun
1. An area of ground that tends evenly upward or downward.
I had to climb a small slope to get to the site.
2. The degree to which a surface tends upward or downward.
The road has a very sharp downward slope at that point.
3. The ratio of the vertical and horizontal distances between two points on a line; zero if the line is horizontal, undefined if it is vertical.
The slope of this line is 0.5
4. The slope of the line tangent to a curve at a given point.
The slope of a parabola increases linearly with x.
5. The angle a roof surface makes with the horizontal, expressed as a ratio of the units of vertical rise to the units of horizontal length (sometimes referred to as run).
The slope of an asphalt shingle roof system should be 4:12 or greater.
6. A person of Chinese or other East Asian descent.
Verb
7. To tend steadily upward or downward.
The road slopes sharply down at that point.
8. To form with a slope; to give an oblique or slanting direction to; to incline or slant.
To slope the ground in a garden;   to slope a piece of cloth in cutting a garment
9. To try to move surreptitiously.
I sloped in through the back door, hoping my boss wouldn't see me.
10. To hold a rifle at a slope with forearm perpendicular to the body in front holding the butt, the rifle resting on the shoulder.
The order was given to "slope arms".
Adjective
11. Sloping.
Adverb
12. Slopingly
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Verb Forms

Present participle: sloping
Present: slope (3.person: slopes)
Past: sloped
Future: will slope
Present conditional: would slope
Present Perfect: have sloped (3.person: has sloped)
Past Perfect: had sloped
Future Perfect: will have sloped
Past conditional: would have sloped
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