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Noun: belt  belt
  1. Endless loop of flexible material between two rotating shafts or pulleys
     
  2. A band to tie or buckle around the body (usually at the waist)
     
  3. An elongated region where a specific condition or characteristic is found
    "a belt of high pressure"
     
  4. A vigorous blow
    "the sudden belt floored him";
    - knock, bash, bang, smash, sock
     
  5. A path or strip (as cut by one course of mowing)
    - swath, swathe
     
  6. Ammunition (usually of small calibre) loaded in flexible linked strips for use in a machine gun
    - belt ammunition, belted ammunition
     
  7. The act of hitting vigorously
    "he gave the table a belt";
    - knock, rap, whack, whang
Verb: belt  belt
  1. Sing loudly and forcefully
    - belt out
     
  2. Deliver a blow to
    "He belted his opponent"
     
  3. Fasten with a belt
    "belt your trousers"
     
  4. Move along very quickly
    - zoom, zoom along, whizz, whizz along, barrel, rocket, bucket

Derived forms: belts, belted, belting

Type of: accessory, accouterment [US], accoutrement, ammo, ammunition, belt along, blow, bucket along, bump, cannonball along, course, fasten, fix, hasten, hie [archaic], hit, hotfoot, hurry, loop, part, path, pelt along, race, region, rush, rush along, secure, sing, speed, step on it, track, travel rapidly, zip

Antonym: unbelt

Encyclopedia: Belt, Montana