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American English: /bɛltʃ/
British English: /bɛltʃ/

Translation of belch in Spanish:

intransitive verb

  • 1.1
    1.2to belch from somethingflames belched from the mouth of the cannon
    la boca del cañón escupía llamas
    smoke belched from the windows
    salía humo de las ventanas
    Example sentences
    • Situated on the edge of the Black Country and only five miles from Birmingham, smoke still belched from its factory chimneys.
    • At its height, flames and a huge pall of smoke belched from the burning building, and showers of embers were scattered into the night sky.
    • There they visited a volcano, ‘it was unbelievable’ Pat said to see smoke belching from a mountain.

transitive verb


  • he gave/let out a belch
    se echó/soltó un eructo [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • I got used to the sound of her chair scraping across the kitchen floor, of the creaks in the wood as she went down the hallway into bed each evening, even the incredibly loud belches after she finished dinner.
    • And then, not long after, this other girl, whom I suspect is in my French class, gives a loud belch.
    • Bo let out a loud belch and waved his hand as an excuse.

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