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stomachnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈstʌm.ək/ (plural stomachs)
A2 an organ in the body where food is digested, or the soft front part of your body just below the chest: He was punched in the stomach. The doctor asked him to lie down on his stomach. The sight of blood always churns/turns my stomach (= makes me feel as if I am going to vomit). She's got a very delicate stomach and doesn't eat spicy food. I was hungry and my stomach had started growling/rumbling (= making noises). He felt a knot of nervousness in the pit (= bottom) of his stomach. I suggested that a cup of tea might settle (= calm) her stomach.
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stomachverb [T usually in negatives]

uk   us   /ˈstʌm.ək/
to be able to accept an unpleasant idea or watch something unpleasant: He can't stomach the idea that Peter might be the next chairman. She found the violence in the film hard to stomach.
Traducciones de “stomach”
en árabe مَعِدة, بَطْن…
en coreano 위, 복부, 배…
in Malaysian perut…
en francés estomac, ventre…
en turco mide, karın, karın boşluğu…
en italiano stomaco…
en chino (tradicionál) 胃, 肚子,腹部…
en ruso желудок, живот…
en polaco żołądek, brzuch…
in Vietnamese dạ dày, bụng…
en español estómago, barriga…
en portugués estômago, ventre…
in Thai กระเพาะ, ท้อง…
en alemán der Magen, der Bauch…
en catalán estómac, panxa…
en japonés 胃, 腹, おなか…
in Indonesian lambung, perut…
en chino (simplificado) 胃, 肚子,腹部…
(Definition of stomach from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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