The term oblique comes from the Latin word obliquus. It's about a adjective which refers to what departs from a vertical or horizontal line .
The term is usually used in the field of geometry to allude to the line or the flat which, when cutting to another line or another plane, creates an angle that is not straight (that is, it does not measure 90º).
Angles that are not right and that are not multiples of a right angle, in fact, are called oblique angles . This means that the acute angles (which measure more than 0º and less than 90º) and the obtuse angles (more than 90º and less than 180º) are oblique angles.
In the field of grammar , talk about oblique case to mention the case marked by a preposition or that, in certain bicasual declines, is opposite to the rectum.
A case is a grammatical category that, appealing to flexive marks, allows the expression of different syntactic links. The oblique case is often used in a pronoun or in a noun that does not act as subject of a sentence
It is called oblique bar , forward slash Or simply bar yet punctuation sign which is a diagonal line drawn from left to right and from bottom to top. This sign became popular thanks to Internet , as it is included in the addresses of the websites.
The reverse side slash , backslash , backslash or counterbar , meanwhile, it is written from right to left and from top to down .