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gut US English

The stomach or belly

guts in gut US English

The stomach or belly

gut-rot US English

another term for rotgut.

blind gut US English

The cecum

gut check US English

An evaluation or test of a person’s resolve, commitment, or priorities, typically with respect to a particular course of action

gut flora US English

another term for intestinal flora.

gut course US English

A college or university course requiring little work or intellectual ability

bust a gut in gut US English

Make a strenuous effort

bust a gut US English

Make a strenuous effort

gut-churning US English

Causing a feeling of nausea or disgust

gut-wrenching US English

Extremely unpleasant or upsetting

split one's sides in split US English

Be convulsed with laughter

split one's sides US English

Be convulsed with laughter

catgut US English

A material used for the strings of some musical instruments, made of the dried twisted intestines of sheep or horses (but not cats)

rotgut US English

Poor-quality and potentially toxic alcoholic liquor

beer belly US English

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

beer gut in beer belly US English

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

gutbucket US English

(Of jazz or blues) raw and spirited in style

gut US Thesaurus

he had an ache in his gut

gut English-Spanish

intestino m

gut-rot English-Spanish

matarratas mfam & hum

beer gut English-Spanish

→ beer belly

beer gut in beer belly English-Spanish

panza ffamiliar/colloquial, de bebedor de cerveza, panza

beer gut in gut English-Spanish

barriga de bebedor, panza de pulquero

to bust a gut in gut English-Spanish

desternillarse, herniarse familiar/colloquial, echar los bofes

her gut reaction was to pull out in reaction English-Spanish

su reacción instintiva fue echarse atrás