- 1 [familiar/colloquial] (vientre) stomach, tummy [colloquial/familiar] dolor de barriga stomachache, tummy ache [colloquial/familiar] tiene mucha barriga she has quite a stomach o tummy ha echado mucha barriga he's developed quite a paunch o [colloquial/familiar] gut o [colloquial/familiar] pot niños desnutridos con la barriga hinchada undernourished children with swollen stomachs o bellies rascarse or tocarse la barriga [familiar/colloquial] to sit on one's butt (AmE) o (BrE) backside [colloquial/familiar] barriga llena, corazón contento a full stomach makes for a happy heart
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The Spanish constitutional court (Tribunal Constitucional) is made up of twelve members. It decides all matters relating to constitutional legislation, including common law, international treaties, and regional statutes. There is no appeal against its decisions, and all other constitutional bodies are subject to its control.