Definition of 'gut'
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They said the drugs may alter how the immune system works and disrupt gut bacteria. The Sun (2016)That in itself might put out the fire in your gut. The Sun (2017)The trick is to resist thinking too much and to go with the gut. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Gut feeling has very little to do with it. Times, Sunday Times (2016)My gut instinct is that we need to rediscover certain things that politicians are understandably reluctant to talk about. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She's absolutely gutted when the test comes back positive. The Sun (2016)We're likely to take that gut feeling seriously. The Sun (2016)We've also found them in the guts of fish and turtles and the tissues of other animals. Times, Sunday Times (2016)My dad was absolutely gutted. Times, Sunday Times (2017)He said: 'I was gutted not to qualify this year. The Sun (2017)We hope that more show some guts. Times, Sunday Times (2008)You could see he was absolutely gutted. Times, Sunday Times (2006)You will see the guts as you cut. Times, Sunday Times (2009)My gut says something is going on. The Sun (2015)You have to go with your gut instinct. Times, Sunday Times (2007)All his guts and intestines were spilling out and slapping against my hand. Times, Sunday Times (2007)What is it about the guts that make them so embarrassing? Times, Sunday Times (2008) People with sensitive guts should avoid or reduce the intake of such foods. Times, Sunday Times (2008)To be that outspoken at that age takes some guts! Times, Sunday Times (2012)But they are not using gut strings. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The fire completely gutted the old wood and brick building. Times, Sunday Times (2006)To do that takes guts and courage so to see him playing like that was so pleasing. The Sun (2006)Your gut instinct is always the right instinct. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Carbon dioxide is produced by chemical reactions in the gut. The Sun (2012)The results proved that money cannot buy happiness but sheer hard work and guts do. The Sun (2008)He had had a large section of gut removed and was struggling for life on a ventilator. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The mixture was stuffed into a casing made of animal gut and boiled in a pot suspended over an open fire. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The wreckage of the gutted building continued to burn throughout yesterday and fire bosses warned the flames could burn all week. The Sun (2013)When it came to policy, he followed his gut rather than ideology. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The blood, guts and swearing is not what a lot of his fans will expect. The Sun (2014)The strings were made of natural gut, which proved expensive and inconsistent. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The anger boiled up inside me My gut instinct had been spot on. The Sun (2013)Most cases are caused by problems in your stomach or gut which mean you can't absorb it. The Sun (2008)
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Translations for 'gut'
British English: gut /ɡʌt/ NOUN
A person's or animal's guts are all their internal organs.
She cleaned out all the fish guts.
- American English: gut
- Arabic: مَعْي
- Brazilian Portuguese: intestino
- Chinese: 内脏
- Croatian: utroba
- Czech: střevo
- Danish: indvolde
- Dutch: ingewanden
- European Spanish: tripa
- Finnish: suoli
- French: intestins
- German: Darm
- Greek: έντερο
- Italian: intestino
- Japanese: 腸
- Korean: 창자
- Norwegian: tarm
- Polish: jelito
- European Portuguese: intestino
- Romanian: organe interne
- Russian: кишка
- Spanish: tripa
- Swedish: tarm
- Thai: ไส้พุง
- Turkish: bağırsak
- Ukrainian: кишечник
- Vietnamese: ruột
British English: gut VERB
When someone guts a dead animal or fish, they prepare it for cooking by removing all the organs from inside it.
It is not always necessary to gut the fish prior to freezing.
Definition of gut from the Collins English Dictionary
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