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navelnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈneɪ.vəl/ (informal belly button)
the small round part in the middle of the stomach that is left after the umbilical cord (= the long tube of flesh joining the baby to its mother) has been cut at birth
Translations of “navel”
in Arabic سُرّة…
in Korean 배꼽…
in Malaysian pusat…
in French nombril…
in Turkish göbek deliği/çukuru…
in Italian ombelico…
in Chinese (Traditional) 肚臍…
in Russian пупок…
in Polish pępek…
in Vietnamese rốn…
in Spanish ombligo…
in Portuguese umbigo…
in Thai สะดือ…
in German der Nabel…
in Catalan melic…
in Japanese へそ…
in Indonesian pusar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 肚脐…
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