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belch

verb [I or T] uk   /beltʃ/ us  
to allow air from the stomach to come out noisily through the mouth: He belched noisily. figurative The exhaust pipe belched out (= produced) dense black smoke.
belch
noun [C] uk   us  
The baby let out a loud, satisfied belch.
Translations of “belch”
in Korean 트림하다…
in Arabic يَتَجَشّأ…
in French roter, cracher…
in Turkish geğirmek, duman, ateş…
in Italian ruttare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 打嗝…
in Russian рыгать, выбрасывать, извергать…
in Polish bekać, ≈ odbijać się, wyrzucać…
in Spanish eructar, arrojar, vomitar…
in Portuguese arrotar, eructar…
in German rülpsen, ausstoßen…
in Catalan fer un rot…
in Japanese げっぷをする…
in Chinese (Simplified) 打嗝…
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