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English definition of “gut”

gut

noun [C/U] (STOMACH)   /ɡʌt/
the bowels or the stomach: [U] I had a feeling of sickness deep in the gut. Your gut is also the front part of your body near the waist: [C usually sing] He’d added a few extra pounds to his gut. The guts of a machine are its inner, necessary parts: [pl] The front panel was attached to the guts of the unit by three color-coded wires.
(Definition of gut noun (STOMACH) from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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