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navelnoun [C]

us   /ˈneɪ·vəl/ infml belly button
the small round part or hollow place in the middle of the stomach which is left after the umbilical cord (= long tube of flesh joining the baby to its mother) has been cut at birth
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in Korean 배꼽…
in Arabic سُرّة…
in Malaysian pusat…
in French nombril…
in Russian пупок…
in Chinese (Traditional) 肚臍…
in Italian ombelico…
in Turkish göbek deliği/çukuru…
in Polish pępek…
in Spanish ombligo…
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in German der Nabel…
in Catalan melic…
in Japanese へそ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 肚脐…
in Indonesian pusar…
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