Definition of belt loop in English:

belt loop

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1A strip of material sewn on to the waistband of a garment to hold a belt in place: she had her thumbs hooked in the belt loops of her dark denims
More example sentences
  • The boys wore brown leather shoes with knee length socks, khaki brown shorts with belt loops, leather belts with scout buckles, and khaki shirts.
  • He won the Masters wearing pants with belt loops but no belt.
  • Wear a stiff, quality belt which fills the belt loops on your trousers.
1.1A loop used to attach an object to a belt: screws on the belt loop lock the holster securely to the belt
More example sentences
  • The swiveling design of the belt loop is nothing short of genius!
  • It has one belt loop on the back of the holster, and a second on the trailing edge.
  • The entire belt loop swivels to-and-fro to offer you the utmost in carry options and comfort.

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