There are 2 translations of belt in Spanish:

belt1

Pronunciation: /belt/

n

  • 1 1.1 [Clothing] cinturón (m) green/brown belt (in judo, karate) cinturón (m) or cinto (m) or (Méx) cinta (f) verde/marrón (person) cinturón (mf) or (Méx) cinta (mf) verde/marrón belt and braces (BrE) he has a belt-and-braces approach le gusta tomar todas las precauciones (del caso) to have sth under one's belt tener* algo a sus ( or mis etc) espaldas, tener* algo en su ( or mi etc) haber with a string of hits under his belt con una serie de hits a sus espaldas or en su haber to hit below the belt dar* un golpe bajo that was a bit below the belt ¡ése fue un golpe bajo! to tighten one's belt apretarse* el cinturón 1.2 (for holding tools) cinturón (m) para herramientas
    (cartridge belt)
    cartuchera (f), canana (f)
    (gun belt)
    cinturón (m) (con pistolera)
  • 3 (area) a belt of rain/low pressure un frente lluvioso/de bajas presiones the industrial belt el cinturón industrial the cotton belt la zona or región algodonera Bible Belt

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There are 2 translations of belt in Spanish:

belt2

vt

  • [colloquial/familiar] darle* una paliza a he belted me on the ear (AmE) o (BrE) round the ear me dio un tortazo or (Méx) un trancazo [familiar/colloquial]

vi

  • to belt along/in/off ir*/entrar/salir* zumbando or como un bólido [familiar/colloquial]

Phrasal verbs

belt down

v + o + adv, v + adv + o (AmE)
[colloquial/familiar] to belt one down tomarse una he's over there belting them down ahí está, tomándose una tras otra or [familiar/colloquial] empinando el codo

belt out

v + o + adv, v + adv + o
[colloquial/familiar] (sing) cantar a grito pelado [familiar/colloquial]; (play) tocar* muy fuerte

belt up

v + adv (BrE) [colloquial/familiar]
1.1 (be quiet) callarse la boca, cerrar* el pico [familiar/colloquial] 1.2 [Auto] ponerse* el cinturón

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In Santiago, Chile, there are almost a dozen newspapers. The most important dailies are El Mercurio (www.elmercurio.cl), founded in 1900, La Nación, and La Tercera (www.tercera.cl).