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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 English Thesaurus

she had pains in her stomach

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 British & World English

Eat some food in preparation for a drinking session

a strong stomach British & World English

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

sit on the stomach British & World English

(Of food) take a long time to be digested

on a full stomach British & World English

After having eaten (or having not eaten)

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 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 British & World English

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

line one's stomach in line2 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

on a full stomach in stomach British & World English

After having eaten (or having not eaten)

sit on the stomach in sit British & World English

(Of food) take a long time to be digested

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

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

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

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

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

sit heavy on the stomach in sit British & World English

(Of food) take a long time to be digested

on a full or an empty stomach in stomach British & World English

After having eaten (or having not eaten)

turn someone's stomach in turn English Thesaurus

the sight of all that blood turned her stomach

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

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

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

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