endless loop of flexible material between two rotating shafts or pulleys
a band to tie or buckle around the body (usually at the waist)
an elongated region where a specific condition or characteristic is found
"a belt of high pressure"
knock, bash, bang, smash, belt(noun)
a vigorous blow
"the sudden knock floored him"; "he took a bash right in his face"; "he got a bang on the head"
crash, bam, swath, boot, clap, bang, fringe, strike, thrill, smasher, roast, rap, belted ammunition, kick, knock, rush, flush, overhead, brawl, smash-up, belt ammunition, charge, whang, whack, hit, knocking, eruption, bash, do, blast, smash
a path or strip (as cut by one course of mowing)
belt, belt ammunition, belted ammunition(noun)
ammunition (usually of small caliber) loaded in flexible linked strips for use in a machine gun
knock, belt, rap, whack, whang(verb)
the act of hitting vigorously
"he gave the table a whack"
belt out, belt(verb)
sing loudly and forcefully
deliver a blow to
"He belted his opponent"
fasten with a belt
"belt your trousers"
The small town was belted by cornfields in all directions.
To fasten a belt.
Keep your belt fastened; this is going to be quite a bumpy ride.
To hit with a belt.
The child was remanded to state custody when the lacerations on her back where her parents had belted her in punishment were revealed.
and intransitive To scream or sing in a loud manner.
He belted out the national anthem.
To drink quickly, often in gulps.
He belted down a shot of whisky.
To hit someone or something.
The angry player belted the official across the face, and as a result was ejected from the game.
To move very fast
He was really belting along.
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How to use belt in a sentence?
The character of a head or an authority is just the common quality as attitudinal characteristics found in the majority of the people working under his or her belt for a considerable time period.
The Voyagers and Pioneers flew through the Kuiper Belt at a time when we didn't know this region existed, new Horizons is on the hunt to understand these objects, and we invite everyone to ring in the next year with the excitement of exploring the unknown.
Belt buckles really pretty much don't stop stabbing, they turn, they twist, things slide off them -- pretty lucky if that happened.
I had them drive in and stop and shut the car off to look around, at that moment, I gave them the concerned parent/uncle speech. 'This is it. If you screw up, not wearing (a) seat belt, drink and drive, text, get distracted by music or friends, it's over! No second chances, no excuses, no retakes, no do-overs, no goodbyes. Dead.'.
This has the potential to undermine the Belt and Road coherence and its ability to achieve the goals that Chinese officials actually talk about.
Translations for belt
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- пас, рэменьBelarusian
- колан, зона, пояс, ремък, опасвам, препасвам, бия с каиш, обгръщамBulgarian
- gouriz-surentez, bandenn, gourizBreton
- cop, cinturó, regió, corretjaCatalan, Valencian
- pás, pásek, řemen, opasekCzech
- sikkerhedssele, livrem, region, slag, kæberasler, drivrem, bælte, omringe, omgiveDanish
- Gürtel, Gurt, Zone, RiemenGerman
- ζώνη, ιμάνταςGreek
- golpear, cinturón, cincho, faja, correa, cinto, golpe, cinturón de seguridadSpanish
- vyö, hihna, vyöhykeFinnish
- région, courroie, ceintureFrench
- पेटी, बेल्टHindi
- nadrágszíj, gépszíj, szíj, övHungarian
- շարժափոկ, գոտի, փոկ, ղարիշArmenian
- regione, colpo, cintura, cintola, cinghia, zona, allacciare, cingereItalian
- 地帯, ベルトJapanese
- სარტყელი, ღვედიGeorgian
- قایش, qayiş, پشتێن, kemerKurdish
- juosta, diržasLithuanian
- josta, siksnaLatvian
- tātua, tauiti, whītiki, tautitiMāori
- slag, riem, ceintuur, gordel, broeksband, oplawaai, dreun, klap, veiligheidsgordel, omringen, omgorden, omgeven, insnoeren, omzomen, brullenDutch
- belte, regionNorwegian
- sisNavajo, Navaho
- pas, pasekPolish
- cinta, cinturão, correia, pancada, cinto, rodear, cingir, cintar, cercarPortuguese
- cordon, curea, brâu, centurăRomanian
- удар, ремень, ремешок, поясок, поясRussian
- rȅmēn, појас, ȕdār, pȃs, опасач, pȍjās, opàsāč, пасSerbo-Croatian
- opasok, pások, pás, remeňSlovak
- bälte, gördelSwedish
- kemer, kayışTurkish
- ремінь, поясUkrainian
- dây lưng, dây nịtVietnamese
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