1) To be really annoyed to the point that one nearly falls over.

2) 'Tilting': A person becoming annoyed

3) 'On Tilt': A person describing how really annoyed they are.
Paul's tilt was so bad that he was driven to drink.

Jobin was seriously tilting after losing at pro evo 10-0 for the fifth consecutive time.

Paul was on tilt when Arch refused to stop caressing his buttocks.
by King Alfred March 02, 2010
Top Definition
1. To set off the tilt/motion detection device(s) in a pinball machine. Nudging the machine (within the limits of the detectors) in addition to using the flippers is a big part of the game (if you're any good), hence the sensitivity of the tilt sensors have quite a big impact on the game. Causing a tilt results (usually, but almost univerally) in the loss of the current ball and any bonus points built up during the current ball (these are otherwise awarded when the ball is lost). It has no effect on other players playing at the same time, and is hence considered perfectly socially acceptable. Causing a Slam Tilt (by hitting or attacking the door to the coin vault or other *very* violent behaivor towards the machine) immediatly ends the current game for you and anyone else currently playing and is hence considered very rude.

2. Gambling term (most common in poker) descibing an angry or "reeling" state of mind usually caused by a big or unluck loss. People playing on tilt play below their usual abillity and usually make larger and more aggressive bets to try to quickly recover their loss. In poker, this is very valueble to other players at the table, hence worth keeping track of and/or attempting to cause. People known to be prone to tilting are often taunted or generally aggrivated when they take a loss and then egged on when they do tilt in order to keep them in this state as long as possible.
This damn machine keeps tilting as soon as I touch it!

My stack was up to $250 but I lost $100 with a AA to a KQ and went on tilt. Before I knew it, it was all gone.
by Patrik Lundin October 05, 2004
term used for pissed off when gambling, could be used when someone isn't thinking straight
My girlfriend started blowing me and then she stopped, I went on tilt and donkey punched her.
by Frankie Carbone September 13, 2003
A commonly used term in lacrosse meaning how low your helmet sits on your hear. No tilt means u look out of the middle or even lowest gap. Mad tilt means you look out of the top gap.
yo bro my tilt game is twice yours.
by laxin... February 11, 2009
A place to post, your house, home
a my nigga i am about to go post up at the tilt
by BRANDON May 09, 2003
Annoy or frustrate
Those fat chicks on The View tilt me so much
by macsk March 21, 2009
an amazing drink, not many people thought it had REAL alcohol in it.
but it doesssss
tilt makes you tilt :D
damn, hand me another tilt bitch
by samm18 May 22, 2008
Usually a term in video games (though it can really be used in any activity or hobby), tilt is an emotional state when doing the exact same thing activity over and over produces negative results. It's an emotional breakdown and fustration of your hard work not resulting in the success that you crave so desperately. When you or someone is in a tilt state of mind, the best thing to do is take a break from that activity and try not to think about it as much.
Phage: Dude I lost a lot of Ranked games in League of Legends and it's all my stupid noob teammates' faults.

Sheen: Dude you're on tilt. Take a break from League for a bit man.
by Lance Ted Mosby Hardwood January 27, 2015

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