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Slant can refer to:
- Bias or other non-objectivity in journalism, politics, academia or other fields
- slants, the slashes used to set off punctuation from other text
- Slant height, is the distance from any point on the circle to the apex of a right circular cone
- A growth medium such as agar set in an inclined glass tube for growing microbiological cultures.
- Slant range, in telecommunications, the line-of-sight distance between two points which are not at the same level
- Slant drilling (or Directional drilling), the practice of drilling non-vertical wells
- Slant-4 engine (disambiguation), a type of car engine
- Triumph Slant-4 engine, an engine developed by Triumph
- Chrysler Slant-6 engine, an engine developed by Chrysler
- Slant (route), an American football play pattern.
- Slant (handwriting), an attribute of Western handwriting
- Slant (journal), a Catholic journal
- The Slant, a student humor magazine at Vanderbilt University
- / (novel) (or Slant), a book by science fiction writer Greg Bear
- Slant Six Games, a video game developer founded in 2005
- Slant Magazine, a film, TV, and music review website
- Slant (fanzine), a fanzine by Walt Willis, winner of the 1954 Retrospective Hugo Award for Best Fanzine
- Slant 6, an all-female punk rock trio based in Washington, D.C.
- The Slants, an Asian dance/ rock group from Portland, Oregon
- A racial slur for people of Asian descent, in reference to the shape of their eyes; see List of ethnic slurs
- Piccadilly Slant-Abraham's Cove, a designated place in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador
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