Definition of 'stomach'
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You need a small waist and a flat stomach to contrast with those fuller hips. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Your stomach is full and you read us a homily on fasting. Christianity Today (2000)The furious hotel worker says she left without a diagnosis for stomach pains and vomiting blood. The Sun (2016)He has got two scars on his waist and stomach. Times, Sunday Times (2012) People patted their stomachs and waved them away. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This can then build up overnight as there is no food in your stomach to neutralise it. The Sun (2011)When you push the liquid into your stomach you feel a burning sensation. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Yet victory will benefit those countries with the least stomach for the fight. The Sun (2009)They would have turned her stomach if she was here. The Sun (2012)We all have acid in our stomachs to help digest our food. The Sun (2009)This will make your stomach muscles stronger. The Sun (2010)It hits an audience like a glass of champagne on an empty stomach. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Confident posture is just as important as a flat stomach. Times, Sunday Times (2007)If they worried less about their stomachs and their comfort they might be hungrier on the pitch. The Sun (2008)Your body has three key hormones that signal when your stomach is full. The Sun (2013)She also felt sick and had a constant stomach pain. The Sun (2012)But editors routinely balance the requirement to tell the most important stories against what people can stomach. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He recommends exercise and lining your stomach with food before having a tipple. The Sun (2010)This is a stress hormone that has been shown to increase fat around the front of the stomach. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You can eat them raw, but they do upset some stomachs. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I needed a smaller waist and flatter stomach, as well as thinner thighs and knees and to lose my love handles and cellulite. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'stomach'
British English: stomach /ˈstʌmək/ NOUN
Your stomach is the organ inside your body where food is digested.
My stomach is completely full.
- American English: stomach
- Arabic: مَعِدَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: estômago
- Chinese: 胃
- Croatian: trbuh
- Czech: žaludek
- Danish: mave
- Dutch: maag
- European Spanish: estómago
- Finnish: maha
- French: estomac
- German: Magen
- Greek: στομάχι
- Italian: stomaco
- Japanese: 胃
- Korean: 위 내장
- Norwegian: mage
- Polish: żołądek
- European Portuguese: estômago
- Romanian: stomac
- Russian: желудок
- Spanish: estómago
- Swedish: mage
- Thai: ท้อง
- Turkish: mide
- Ukrainian: шлунок
- Vietnamese: dạ dày
British English: stomach VERB
If you cannot stomach something, you cannot accept it because you dislike it or disapprove of it.
I could never stomach the cruelty involved in the wounding of animals.
Definition of stomach from the Collins English Dictionary
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