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belt 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
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belts, plural;
  1. Fasten with a belt
    • - she paused only to belt a robe about her waist
    • - she belted her raincoat firmly
  2. Be fastened with a belt
    • - the jacket belts at the waist
  3. Attach or secure with a belt
    • - he was securely belted into the passenger seat
  4. Beat or strike (someone), esp. with a belt, as a punishment

  5. Hit (something) hard
    • - he belted the ball to the left-field fence
  6. Gulp a drink quickly
    • - belting down shots of a potent drink called arrack
  7. Move quickly in a specified direction
    • - they belted along the empty road
  8. (of rain) Fall hard
    • - the rain belted down on the tin roof
Noun
  1. A strip of leather or other material worn around the waist or across the chest, esp. in order to support clothes or carry weapons
    • - a sword belt
    • - a belt buckle
  2. A belt worn as a sign of rank or achievement
    • - he was awarded the victor's belt
  3. A belt of a specified color, marking the attainment of a particular level in judo, karate, or similar sports
    • - brown-belt level
  4. A person who has reached such a level
    • - I am a karate black belt
  5. The punishment of being struck with a belt

  6. A strip of material used in various technical applications, in particular

  7. A continuous band of material used in machinery for transferring motion from one wheel to another

  8. A conveyor belt

  9. A flexible strip carrying machine-gun cartridges

  10. A strip or encircling band of something having a specified nature or composition that is different from its surroundings
    • - the asteroid belt
    • - a belt of trees
  11. A heavy blow
    • - she ran in to administer a good belt with her stick
  12. A gulp or shot of liquor
    • - they could probably use a few belts

  1. belt out: sing loudly and forcefully
  2. endless loop of flexible material between two rotating shafts or pulleys
  3. a band to tie or buckle around the body (usually at the waist)
  4. deliver a blow to; "He belted his opponent"
  5. an elongated region where a specific condition or characteristic is found; "a belt of high pressure"
  6. fasten with a belt; "belt your trousers"
  7. A belt is a flexible band or strap, typically made of leather or heavy cloth, and worn around the waist. A belt supports trousers or other articles of clothing, and it serves for style and decoration.
  8. A belt or ammunition belt is a device used to retain and feed cartridges into a firearm. Belts and the associated feed systems are typically employed to feed machine guns or other automatic weapons. ...
  9. A belt is a loop of flexible material used to link two or more rotating shafts mechanically. Belts may be used as a source of motion, to transmit power efficiently, or to track relative movement. Belts are looped over pulleys. ...
  10. Belting (or vocal belting) refers to a specific technique of singing by which a singer produces a loud sound in the upper middle of the pitch range. It is often described as a vocal register although some dispute this since technically the larynx is not oscillating in a unique way
  11. Belt or De Belt is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Holland. It is located on the former island of Wieringen.VUGA's Alfabetische Plaatsnamengids van Nederland (13th edition), VUGA, 1997.
  12. (Belting (beating)) Belting is the use of belts made of strong materials (usually leather) as a whip-like instrument for corporal punishment (see that article for generalities). ...
  13. A band worn around the waist to hold clothing to one's body (usually pants), hold weapons (such as a gun or sword), or serve as a decorative piece of clothing; A band used as a restraint for safety purposes, such as a seat belt; A band that is used in a machine to help transfer motion or power; ...
  14. (A Belting) when used in such sentences as " i'd give that a belting", is a compliment, means Whopchop wants to sleep with you.
  15. (Belting (Chest)) Using excessive airflow (air blast) and vocal cord tension in an attempt to sing louder.
  16. (Belting) One of the main parts of a belt conveyor. The belting consists of plies of cotton duck impregnated with rubber, and with top and bottom covers of rubber. The carrying capacity of the belt will vary depending on the running speed and the width of the belt.
  17. (Belting) a style of singing that uses an adjustment producing heavy tones through the vocal range.
  18. (Belts) rubber coated cords located between the plies and the tread. They help reinforce the tread, as well as help the tire keep its shape against such forces as: tire inflation pressure, centrifugal force, cornering and braking. ...
  19. (Belts) A v-belt, flat belt or drive belt made from plastic or rubber.
  20. (Belts) Fabric made of steel or other material that is placed between body plies and tread.
  21. (Belts) In this variation ordinary belts are used.
  22. (Belts) These are layers of fabric or steel cords coated in a rubber compound providing the tyre with its strength.
  23. (The Belts) are narrow layers of coated tire cord or rubber encased steel cords located directly under the tread in the crown of the tire to resist deformation in the footprint (i.e. ...
  24. Belts are one of the core components of tyres. They may be steel, nylon, polyester or other such materials, and form a literal belt around the tyre to strengthen the tread area and to make the tyre puncture resistant
  25. Belts are used to drive many engine accessories. Most overhead cam(OHC) engines use cogged (toothed) belts to drive the camshaft(s). Belts drive the power steering pump, water pump, air-conditioning compressors, etc.