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Spanish translation of “belt”

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belt

noun /belt/
a long (narrow) piece of leather, cloth etc worn round the waist
cinturón
a trouser belt He tightened his belt.
a similar object used to set wheels in motion
correa
The belt of the vacuum cleaner needs replacing.
a zone of country etc
faja; cinturón
the farming/industrial belt.
belted adjective
atado con cinturón
a belted dress.
Translations of “belt”
in Korean 허리띠, 벨트…
in Arabic حِزام…
in French ceinture, courroie, zone…
in Italian cintura…
in Chinese (Traditional) 服飾, 腰帶…
in Russian ремень, пояс, зона…
in Turkish kemer, kuşak, bölge…
in Polish pasek, pas…
in Portuguese cinto…
in German der Gürtel, der (Treib-)Riemen, das Gebiet…
in Catalan cinturó…
in Japanese (革や布の)ベルト…
in Chinese (Simplified) 服饰, 腰带…
(Definition of belt from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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