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stomach British & World English

The internal organ in which the major part of the digestion of food occurs, being (in humans and many mammals) a pear-shaped enlargement of the alimentary canal linking the oesophagus to the small intestine

stomach flu British & World English

A short-lived stomach disorder of unknown cause, popularly attributed to a virus

stomach ache British & World English

A pain in a person’s stomach or belly

stomach pump British & World English

A syringe attached to a long tube, used for extracting the contents of a person’s stomach (for example, if they have taken poison)

stomach tube British & World English

A tube passed into the stomach via the gullet for cleansing or emptying it or for introducing food

stomach muscles British & World English

The muscles constituting the front wall of the abdomen

stomach-turning British & World English

Causing a feeling of nausea or disgust

stomach-churning British & World English

Causing a feeling of nausea or disgust

line one's stomach in line2 British & World English

Eat some food in preparation for a drinking session

line one's stomach British & World English

Eat some food in preparation for a drinking session

a strong stomach in stomach British & World English

An ability to see or do unpleasant things without feeling sick or squeamish

a strong stomach British & World English

An ability to see or do unpleasant things without feeling sick or squeamish

sit on the stomach in sit British & World English

(Of food) take a long time to be digested

sit on the stomach British & World English

(Of food) take a long time to be digested

on a full stomach in stomach British & World English

After having eaten (or having not eaten)

on a full stomach British & World English

After having eaten (or having not eaten)

the pit of one's stomach in pit1 British & World English

The lower abdomen regarded as the seat of strong feelings, especially anxiety

the pit of one's stomach British & World English

The lower abdomen regarded as the seat of strong feelings, especially anxiety

an army marches on its stomach in stomach British & World English

A group of soldiers or workers can only fight or function effectively if they have been well fed

an army marches on its stomach British & World English

A group of soldiers or workers can only fight or function effectively if they have been well fed

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

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

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

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

stomach English Thesaurus

she had pains in her stomach

stomach English-Spanish

estómago m

stomach upset in stomach English-Spanish

problema, trastorno

a stomach ulcer in ulcer English-Spanish

una úlcera de estómago

I elbowed him in the face/stomach in elbow English-Spanish

le di un codazo en la cara/el estómago

my stomach's grumbling in grumble English-Spanish

las tripas me están haciendo ruido

on an empty stomach in stomach English-Spanish

con el estómago vacío, en ayunas

it turns my stomach in stomach English-Spanish

me revuelve el estómago

it upsets my stomach in upset English-Spanish

me cae mal, me sienta mal (al estómago)


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