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belly British & World English

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

belly English Thesaurus

he scratched his hairy belly

belly pork in belly British & World English

A cut of pork from the underside between the legs

have eyes bigger than one's stomach British & World English

Have asked for or taken more food than one can actually eat

pot belly British & World English

A large, protruding, rotund stomach

beer belly British & World English

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

belly dance British & World 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 British & World English

A loud unrestrained laugh

Delhi belly British & World English

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

belly button British & World English

A person’s navel

belly landing British & World English

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

fire in the belly British & World English

A powerful sense of ambition or determination

belly up to in belly British & World English

Move or sit close to (a bar or table)

bellyache British & World English

A stomach pain

bellyband British & World English

A band placed round a horse’s belly to harness it to the shafts of a cart

bellyboard British & World English

A small surfboard ridden in a prone position

bellyflop British & World English

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

fire in the belly in fire British & World English

A powerful sense of ambition or determination

have eyes bigger than one's stomach in eye British & World English

Have asked for or taken more food than one can actually eat

fire in the or one's belly in fire British & World English

A powerful sense of ambition or determination