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belt in Bengali বাংলা

belt in Dogri डोगरी

belt in Hindi हिन्दी

belt in Kannada ಕನ್ನಡ

belt in Kashmiri कॉशुर

belt in Konkani कोंकणी

belt in Maithili মৈথিলী

belt in Sindhi سنڌي

belt in English

  • belt adj. beltless.

  • belt belt, noun, verb.

  • belt borsch circuit orbelt
    (U.S. Informal.) resorts in the Catskills where dancers, comedians, singers, and other performers provide entertainment for the guests.

  • belt expr. below the belt,
    a. foul; unfair.
    Ex. The cartoons against [him] are shocking--not as political depictions, but by their below-the-belt viciousness (Time).
    b. foully; unfairly.
    Ex. to hit a person below the belt.

  • belt expr. belt down, (Slang.) to drink (alcoholic liquor).
    Ex. ""Study hard for what? So I can ride the bar car to Darien every night belting down doubles?"" (New Yorker).

  • belt expr. belt out, (Slang.) to sing or play forcefully.
    Ex. Standing there ... with her feet apart, belting out ... Porter's ""Get Out of Town"" (Saturday Review).

  • belt expr. belt up, (British Slang.) to stop talking; keep quiet.
    Ex. He is so anxious to tell you which ... what ... and who ... that, free speech or not, one soon wishes he would belt up (Manchester Guardian).

  • belt expr. tighten one's belt, to be or become more thrifty.
    Ex. The drought continued and farm families tightened their belts.

  • belt expr. under one's belt, (Slang.) well in one's possession.
    Ex. With his doctorate under his belt, the teacher went to Washington (New York Times).

  • belt noun belter.

  • belt noun 1. a strip of leather, cloth, or the like, fastened around the waist to hold in or support clothes or weapons worn on the body.
    Ex. He buckled his belt to hold up his pants.
    2. any broad strip or band.
    Ex. A belt of trees grew bet

  • belt v.i. (Slang.) to move very fast; hurry; rush.
    Ex. He sees himself these days as a getaway sort of person, belting off from his Cromwell flat in an Alfa Romeo (Sunday Times).

  • belt v.t. 1. to put a belt around.
    Ex. She belted her dress.
    2. to fasten on with a belt.
    Ex. He belted his sword.
    3. to surround or mark with a circle or zone of any kind.
    Ex. He [the beaver] makes incisions round them [trees]

belt in Urdu


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