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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: A flexible band, as of leather or cloth, worn around the waist to support clothing, secure tools or weapons, or serve as decoration.
- noun: Something that resembles this type of band: a belt of trees.
- noun: An encircling route.
- noun: A seat belt or safety belt.
- noun: A continuous band or chain for transferring motion or power or conveying materials from one wheel or shaft to another.
- noun: A band of tough reinforcing material beneath the tread of a tire.
- noun: A geographic region that is distinctive in a specific respect: "This is America's rural poverty belt” ( Charles Kuralt).
- noun: Slang A powerful blow; a wallop.
- noun: Slang A strong emotional reaction.
- noun: Slang A drink of hard liquor.
- verb-transitive: To encircle; gird.
- verb-transitive: To support or attach with or as if with a belt: belt one's trousers; belted the sword to her waist.
- verb-transitive: To mark with or as if with an encircling band.
- verb-transitive: To beat with a belt or strap.
- verb-transitive: Slang To strike forcefully; hit.
- verb-transitive: Slang To sing in a loud and forceful manner: belt out a song.
- verb-transitive: Slang To swig (an alcoholic beverage).
- idiom: below the belt Not according to the rules; unfairly.
- idiom: tighten (one's) belt To begin to exercise thrift and frugality.
- idiom: under (one's) belt In one's possession or experience: "By his mid-teens, Liszt had three years of intensive concertizing under his belt” ( Musical Heritage Review).
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