Definition of 'money belt'
Example sentences containing 'money belt'
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She took the money, and bought herself a sturdy money belt to keep it in. THE WHITE DOVE (2003)Inside the bank I took a ten-dollar bill from my money belt and handed it to the clerk. WHITE LIES (2003)
Stephanie unzipped her jacket, pulled up her gray sweatshirt and unfastened the money belt strapped to her waist. CHAMELEON (2003)
Trends of 'money belt'
Used Rarely. money belt is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'money belt'
British English: money belt /ˈmʌnɪ bɛlt/ NOUN
A money belt is a belt that you wear round your waist which has a pouch that you can carry money in.
- American English: money belt
- Arabic: حِزَامٌ لِـحَفْظِ الْـمَالِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: porta-dinheiro
- Chinese: 腰包
- Croatian: pojas za novac
- Czech: opasek na peníze
- Danish: pengebælte
- Dutch: geldriem
- European Spanish: riñonera
- Finnish: rahavyö
- French: ceinture portefeuille
- German: Gürteltasche
- Greek: ζώνη για χρήματα
- Italian: marsupio
- Japanese: マネーベルト
- Korean: 전대
- Norwegian: pengebelte
- Polish: pas na pieniądze
- European Portuguese: porta-dinheiro
- Romanian: borsetă
- Russian: пояс для хранения денег
- Spanish: riñonera
- Swedish: penningbälte
- Thai: กระเป๋าใส่เงินคาดที่เอว
- Turkish: bel çantası
- Ukrainian: пояс для зберігання грошей
- Vietnamese: túi bao tử
Definition of money belt from the Collins English Dictionary
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