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belt

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English definition

    Noun

  • 1. endless loop of flexible material between two rotating shafts or pulleys

  • 2. a band to tie or buckle around the body (usually at the waist)

  • 3. an elongated region where a specific condition is found;

    • "a belt of high pressure"
  • 4. a vigorous blow;

    • "the sudden knock floored him"
    • "he took a bash right in his face"
    • "he got a bang on the head"
  • 5. a path or strip (as cut by one course of mowing)

  • 6. the act of hitting vigorously;

    • "he gave the table a whack"

    Verb

  • 1. sing loudly and forcefully

  • 2. deliver a blow to;

    • "He belted his opponent"
  • 3. fasten with a belt;

    • "belt your trousers"

Example sentences

  • He has to wear a belt to make his trousers stay up.

  • The boxer fouled his opponent by hitting him below the belt.

  • He gave the ball a terrific belt.

  • Lift it out of the conveyor belt.

  • You should not have used what you know of his past against him — that was below the belt.

  • He went camping with a knife stuck in his belt each time.

  • If you belt down the road, you'll get to the shop before it closes.

  • The child asked his papa to help him ease off his belt a bit.

  • The pump is actuated by a belt driven by an electric motor.

  • She buckled her belt.

  • the heavy steel rollers under the conveyor belt

  • Philippe was in uniform, wearing a pistol holster on his belt.

  • Do you think it's a bit below the belt what they're doing?

  • The car seat belt slotted into place easily.

  • He's a judo black belt but he says he deplores violence.

  • It took firemen two hours to cut through the drive belt to free him.

  • It was taken right there on a conveyor belt.

  • I opened my coat and let him see the belt.

  • The turning disc is connected by a drive belt to an electric motor.

  • As soon as the seat belt sign had been switched off, we rushed out.

  • Miners in Zambia's northern copper belt have gone on strike.

  • He became a model of clean living and Bible Belt virtues.

  • He unbuckled his seat belt.

  • He grew up in the comfort of the Surrey stockbroker belt.

  • Father would give you a belt over the head with the scrubbing brush.

  • Use a belt to accessorise a plain dress.

  • Chambers waved his hand. "Belt up!" he snapped.

  • The fact I was wearing a seat belt saved my life.

Phrase collocation

  • belt and braces

    (Brit.)(of a policy or action) using two means to the same end

  • tighten one's belt

    cut one's expenditure; live more frugally

  • under one's belt

    safely or satisfactorily achieved, experienced, or acquired

    • he now has almost a year as minister under his belt.

    (of food or drink) consumed

    • Gus already had a large brandy under his belt.

  • belt something out

    sing or play a song loudly and forcefully

  • belt up informal 非正式

    [usu. inimperative]be quiet

    (informal)put on a seat belt

  • below the belt

    Not according to the rules; unfairly.

  • tighten (one's) belt

    To begin to exercise thrift and frugality.

  • under (one's) belt

    In one's possession or experience

    • “By his mid-teens, Liszt had three years of intensive concertizing under his belt”(&b{Musical Heritage Review})

Synonym discrimination

  • districk, region, area, section, zone, belt, quarter, neighbourhood

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