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Definition of tilt


  • house, apartment, home, place you live.
    You wanna come over to my tilt and watch the game?

    Last edited on Jan 03 2002. Submitted by Undrea S. from Los Angeles, CA, USA on Jan 03 2002.

  • a house or home. Where you live.
    That's my tilt, over there.

    Last edited on Oct 31 2003. Submitted by Laura from Denver, CO, USA on Oct 31 2003.

  • slang for home, see also "crib".
    I finsta bounce to da tilt.

    Last edited on Jun 14 2006. Submitted by Jack from Santa Fe, NM, USA on Jun 14 2006.


  • somebody's house
    Let's go to Yolanda's tilt.

    Last edited on Mar 10 2005. Submitted by Santita B. on Mar 10 2005.

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Definitions include: When you're getting slightly mad at someone/something. cup_man10 was tilted when i kept questioning him about his ex-girl

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