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belt up

UK
phrasal verb with belt uk   /belt/  us   /belt/ verb
  • (BE QUIET)

very informal used to tell someone to stop talking or making a noise: Just belt up, will you! I'm trying to concentrate.
  • (FASTEN)

informal (US buckle up) to fasten the belt that keeps you in your seat in a car or a plane: Don't forget, belt up before you drive off.
(Definition of belt up from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “belt up”
in Chinese (Simplified) 安静, 住嘴,安静下来…
in Turkish sesini kes', 'çeneni kapa' biçiminde uyarı…
in Russian заткнись!…
in Chinese (Traditional) 安靜, 住嘴,安靜下來…
in Polish zamknij się…
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