Something that is "tilted" isn't straight up and down. It leans to the side a little bit. Things that can be tilted include:
- someone's head
- a picture frame
- an airplane that's flying in the air
Notice that "tilted" is different from "crooked" or "curved". These words both also mean "not straight", but in different ways:
- "Crooked" means that something bends in different directions at sharp angles, like a tree branch.
- "Curved" usually means that something bends smoothly in different directions, kind of like the letter "S".
- When something is "tilted", it can still be straight, but it's just not pointed directly upwards.