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belly US English

The front part of the human trunk below the ribs, containing the stomach and bowels

belly US Thesaurus

he scratched his belly

beer belly US English

A man’s fat stomach, caused by excessive consumption of beer

belly dance US English

A dance originating in the Middle East, typically performed by a woman and involving undulating movements of the belly and rapid gyration of the hips

belly laugh US English

A loud, unrestrained laugh

Delhi belly US English

An upset stomach accompanied by diarrhoea, especially as suffered by visitors to India

belly button US English

A person’s navel

belly landing US English

A crash-landing of an aircraft on the underside of the fuselage, without lowering the undercarriage

yellow-belly US English

A coward

go belly up US English

Go bankrupt

fire in the belly US English

A powerful sense of ambition or determination

belly up to in belly US English

Move or sit close to (a bar or table)

potbelly US English

A large, protruding, rotund stomach

pot belly in potbelly US English

A large, protruding, rotund stomach

bellyache US English

An abdominal pain

bellyband US English

A band placed around the belly, in particular

belly band in bellyband US English

A band placed around the belly, in particular

bellyboard US English

A small surfboard ridden in a prone position

bellyflop US English

A dive into water, landing flat on one’s front

one's eyes are bigger than one's stomach US English

One has asked for or taken more food than one can actually eat

fire in the belly in fire US English

A powerful sense of ambition or determination

one's eyes are bigger than one's stomach in eye US English

One has asked for or taken more food than one can actually eat

fire in the or one's belly in fire US English

A powerful sense of ambition or determination