Definition of 'belly button'
Example sentences containing 'belly button'
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What I didn't think was on the list was to teach your daughter to put perfume in her belly button. The Sun (2016)Remember to pull your belly button and pelvic floor in and keep your back flat into the floor. The Sun (2015)Then measure the circumference of your natural waist, usually just above the belly button. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Maybe you've got a really big belly button? Times, Sunday Times (2010)Imagine you're pulling your belly button towards your spine. The Sun (2011)At birth, the cord is cut and tied to leave the belly button. Times, Sunday Times (2012)QMy belly button looks red, and this redness has extended to the surrounding skin. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I note that his shirt is unbuttoned almost to his belly button. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Pull your belly button in. Times, Sunday Times (2014)An inward pointing belly button? The Sun (2013)Imagine a line from your belly button down and to the right, meeting the sticky out point of your pelvic bone. The Sun (2013)As she reaches her belly button, she picks up a shot of tequila that had been balanced there and drinks it. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Rub his tummy, using a circular motion, working clockwise and outward from his belly button. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Oh, and he doesn't have a belly button either. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It's the one that looks like neat, round belly buttons and cooks in minutes. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Ten months on, the only giveaway to what he's been through is the scar he has where his belly button should be. The Sun (2015)
Translations for 'belly button'
British English: belly button /ˈbɛlɪ ˈbʌtn/ NOUN
Your belly button is the small round thing in the centre of your stomach.
- American English: belly button
- Arabic: سُرَّةُ البَطْن
- Brazilian Portuguese: umbigo
- Chinese: 肚脐
- Croatian: pupak
- Czech: pupek
- Danish: navle
- Dutch: navel
- European Spanish: ombligo
- Finnish: napa
- French: nombril
- German: Bauchnabel
- Greek: αφαλός
- Italian: ombelico
- Japanese: おへそ
- Korean: 배꼽
- Norwegian: navle
- Polish: pępek
- European Portuguese: umbigo
- Romanian: buric
- Russian: пупок
- Spanish: ombligo
- Swedish: navel
- Thai: สะดือ
- Turkish: göbek deliği
- Ukrainian: пупок
- Vietnamese: rốn
Definition of belly button from the Collins English Dictionary
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