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belch

 /beltʃ/ us  
to have air from the stomach come out in a noisy way through the mouth If something is belched or belched out, it comes out in quick, violent bursts: [I/T] The chimney was belching (out) thick smoke.
belch
noun [C]  /beltʃ/ us  
Translations of “belch”
in Korean 트림하다…
in Arabic يَتَجَشّأ…
in French roter, cracher…
in Turkish geğirmek, duman, ateş…
in Italian ruttare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 打嗝…
in Russian рыгать, выбрасывать, извергать…
in Polish bekać, ≈ odbijać się, wyrzucać…
in Spanish eructar, arrojar, vomitar…
in Portuguese arrotar, eructar…
in German rülpsen, ausstoßen…
in Catalan fer un rot…
in Japanese げっぷをする…
in Chinese (Simplified) 打嗝…
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