tilt back

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tilt something back

to move something so it leans back. Alice tilted her chair back and nearly fell over. She tilted back her chair and relaxed.
See also: back, tilt
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Perhaps most spectacularly, the Gateshead Millennium Bridge will tilt back to light up the night sky - a special 10th birthday wink
He'll now be looking to get back on the podium and get his title tilt back on track at Silverstone on August 29-30.
A tilt back hopper is said to allow for easy cleaning and maintenance access.
So you can see it was full tilt back then although I have to admit we were given as much time to recover and spend time with our families as possible because John Sillett and George Curtis were family people anyway.
The new seat shells are made in one part and have a unique reclining function enabling the entire seat to tilt back, offering a more comfortable position that is proven to be ergonomically better, giving more support for the back and enhancing the general position of the body.
LowDown LD150 (150-watts) features a custom-designed 12-inch speaker in a convenient tilt back monitor design.
A FINAL Group 1 tilt back at a mile and a quarter remains a possibility for Derby winner Motivator, who lost his proud record of never having finished out of the first two when fading into fifth after giving owners the Royal Ascot Racing Club high hopes swinging into the short home straight.
Another technique: Take a big sip of water, tilt back your head, drop in the capsule, and quickly swallow.
MICHAEL BALL is convinced the balance of power will tilt back towards Rangers next season because he reckons time will eventually catch up on Celtic's ageing squad.
BUCKLEY Town want an improved showing as they aim to get their title tilt back on track in today's trip to Halkyn United.
Fatigue can cause shoulders to raise up and the head to tilt back.
Milwaukee, redesigned its CG Series beside-the-press granulators with gas springs to tilt back the hopper and drop down the screen drawer at the touch of a button.
7" Double Data Rate (DDR) Digital Light Processing(TM) (DLP(TM)) chip that consists of more than three quarters of a million microscopic mirrors, each of which is able to tilt back and forth at rapid speeds of up to 5,000 times per second.
GETTING the Championship tilt back on track with a trip to midlands has a familiar ring about it for Kerry.
If they respond to this outlook by cutting back on spending, the US could tilt back into recession.