Spanish translation of 'belt up'
intransitive verb + adverb
abrocharse el cinturón
- (British, very informal, = be quiet)
cerrar el pico (inf),
callarse la boca (v. inf)
⇒ belt up!
¡cállate la boca! (v. inf)
Example Sentences Including 'belt up'
After all it's no longer my house...' `Och, belt up ,' said Grey good-naturedly.TEN STEPS TO HAPPINESS (2003)
Oh, belt up ," whispered Alec, as he heard footsteps in the corridor.The Third Class Genie
With his good hand he picked his sword belt up from the chest and slung it onto the bed next to her, then raised the lid to rummage round.A Time of War
Trends of 'belt up'
View usage over:
Translation of belt up from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary