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Spanish translation of “belly”

belly

noun /ˈbeli/ (plural bellies)
the part of the body between the breast and the thighs, containing the bowels
barriga, vientre
The dog was lying on its belly I’ve got a pain in my belly.
bellyache noun stomach pain
barriga, estómago
He’s been suffering from bellyache.
bellyache verb (informal) to complain a lot without a good reason; to grumble
quejarse constantemente (de)
Stop bellyaching, we’re all doing our share!
belly button noun (informal ) a small hollow part or lump in the middle of someone’s stomach where the umbilical cord was cut at birth; naval.
Ombligo
belly dance noun a Middle Eastern dance performed by a woman
danza del vientre
She performed a belly dance.
bellyflop noun a clumsy jump into water in which the front of your body crashes flat against the water
planchazo
Bellyflops are not permitted in the pool.
belly laugh noun a loud, deep laugh
carcajada, risotada
He gave a loud belly laugh.
(Definition of belly from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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