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Meaning of “belt” - Learner’s Dictionary

belt

noun [C]     /belt/
WAIST
A2 a long, thin piece of leather, cloth, or plastic that you wear around your waist Bands, straps and strips
AREA
an area of a particular type of land, or an area where a particular group of people live: the commuter belt a narrow belt of treesAreas of land in generalSpace - general words
MACHINE
part of a machine that moves in a circle to carry objects or to make a machine work: The car needs a new fan belt.Bands, straps and strips
→  See also conveyor belt , green belt , safety belt , seat belt , have sth under your belt , tighten your belt
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