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Translation of "belly" - English-Spanish dictionary

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.
Translations of “belly”
in Vietnamese bụng, dạ dày…
in Thai ท้อง…
in Malaysian perut…
in French ventre…
in German der Bauch…
in Chinese (Traditional) 腹部,胃, (物體的)鼓起部分…
in Indonesian perut…
in Russian живот…
in Turkish karın/bel bölgesi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 腹部,胃, (物体的)鼓起部分…
in Polish brzuch…
(Definition of belly from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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