Hindi translation of 'belt'
belt /belt बेल्ट्/
Word forms: belts, belting, belted
1. countable noun
A belt is a strip of leather or cloth that you fasten round your waist.
2. countable noun
A belt is a circular strip of rubber used in machines to drive moving parts or to move objects along.
3. countable noun
A belt of land or sea is a long, narrow area of it that has some special feature.
Behind him was a belt of trees.
...Zambia's northern copper belt.
4. transitive verb, countable noun
If someone belts you or gives you a belt, they hit you very hard.[informal]
जोर से प्रहार करना/जोरदार प्रहार mn
कसकर चोट करना/करारी चोट nf
If you have to tighten your belt, you must manage without things because you have less money than you used to have.
कठिनाइयों में काम करने के लिए कमर कस लेना
If you have something under your belt, you have already achieved it or done it.
हासिल कर चुका होना
Colvin already has two albums under her belt.
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Example Sentences Including 'belt'
Over the chair at the end of the bed was an evening gown, not her own, and a suspender belt and stockings.THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
The apprentice grinned at the chant and pulled his dagger from his belt.TREASON KEEP (2001)
Stephanie unclipped the mobile from the belt round her waist.CHAMELEON (2002)
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'belt' in Other Languages
- Arabic: حِزَام
- Brazilian Portuguese: cinto
- Chinese: 带子
- Croatian: pojas
- Czech: opasek
- Danish: bælte
- Dutch: riem
- European Spanish: cinturón
- Finnish: vyö
- French: ceinture
- German: Gürtel Gürtel
- Greek: ζώνη
- Italian: cinta
- Japanese: ベルト
- Korean: 허리띠
- Norwegian: belte
- Polish: pasek
- Portuguese: cinto
- Romanian: curea curele
- Russian: ремень
- Spanish: cinturón
- Swedish: skärp
- Thai: เข็มขัด
- Turkish: kemer
- Ukrainian: ремінь
- Vietnamese: thắt lưng
Translation of belt from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary