A strip of leather or other material worn, typically round the waist, to support or hold in clothes or to carry weapons
The punishment of being struck with a belt
she wore a plain raincoat tied with a belt
A small bag incorporated in or designed to be attached to a belt.
A belt worn close to the body.
A belt with an attachment in which a weapon may be carried.
A belt or narrow area of ice; especially = ice foot.
The region of the solar system in which the majority of asteroids have their orbit, located between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.
A region in which mist and high humidity are so common that they have a notable effect on vegetation and agriculture; especially any of several areas in the eastern foothills of the Drakensberg mountains of South Africa, lying mainly between 1100 and 1500 metres above sea level; (also) any of several mountainous regions extending from south-eastern Egypt to the Horn of Africa; these areas collectively.
A zone containing oilfields.
An area of communist strength or electoral control within a democratic country, especially the outer suburbs of Paris.
A belt given as a token to signify that the recipient is to be allowed unhindered passage on a road.
A strip of material sewn on to the waistband of a garment to hold a belt in place
Name for parts of the US Midwest, especially Illinois and Iowa, where corn is a major crop
(In a motor-vehicle engine) a belt that transmits motion from the driveshaft to the radiator fan and the dynamo or alternator
The states of the Midwest that are noted particularly for their agricultural production: Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota
A safety belt worn across the lap
A part of a country characterized by declining industry and a falling population, especially in the American Midwest and NE states
A belt used to secure someone in the seat of a motor vehicle or aircraft
Areas of open land around a city, on which building is restricted
= fanny pack.
A region regarded as being populated by middle-class, health-conscious people.
A belt of wampum used by North American Indians as a sign of peace.
A region with a comparatively warm climate
A mechanism in which power is transmitted by the movement of a continuous flexible belt
A sander that uses a moving abrasive belt to smooth surfaces
Those areas of the southern and middle western United States and western Canada where Protestant fundamentalism is widely practised
A black belt worn by an expert in judo, karate, and other martial arts
An agricultural district in central Alabama and Mississippi, named for its rich soils
A belt of a brown colour marking a level of proficiency below that of a black belt in judo, karate, or other martial arts
A belt decorated with conchas or representations of them
The cotton-producing region of the southern US
A belt that transmits drive from a motor, engine, or line shaft to a moving part or machine tool
A suspender belt
An area of open land around a city, on which building is restricted
A region of the solar system beyond the orbit of Neptune, believed to contain many comets, asteroids, and other small bodies made largely of ice
A belt with a pouch for carrying money
A belt or strap securing a person to prevent injury, especially in a vehicle or aircraft
A belt to which weights are attached, designed to help divers stay submerged
A region where wheat is the chief agricultural product
A white belt worn by a beginner in judo or karate
A band of flannel or silk worn around the waist or abdomen as a (supposed) preventive against gastrointestinal ailments.
The Milky Way.
The area of a valley floor which lies within the outer banks of the meander loops of a river or stream.
A strip of the earth's crust that has been subjected to folding or other deformation during orogeny.
A conveyor belt on which something (as coal, scrap, etc.) is picked or sorted.
A resort area in the Catskill Mountains frequented particularly by Jewish people of eastern European origin