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gut

noun /ɡat/
(anatomy) the tube in the lower part of the body through which food passes.
intestino, tripa
a strong thread made from the gut of an animal, used for violin strings etc.
cuerda de tripa
guts noun plural the gut, liver, kidneys etc.
vísceras, entrañas
gutted adjective (British, informal) very disappointed
decepcionado
She was gutted when she failed her driving test.
(of a building) badly damaged or totally destroyed
destruido
the gutted shell of the building that had caught fire.
Translations of “gut”
in French intestin, (corde de) boyau…
in German die Gedärme (pl.), der Darm…
in Chinese (Traditional) 腸, 消化道, 腸道,腸…
in Russian кишка…
in Turkish bağırsaklar, iç organlar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 肠, 消化道, 肠道,肠…
in Polish jelito…
(Definition of gut from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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