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N-COUNT 腰带；裤带；皮带 A belt is a strip of leather or cloth that you fasten round your waist.
He wore a belt with a large brass buckle.
N-COUNT （机器的）皮带，输送带 A belt in a machine is a circular strip of rubber that is used to drive moving parts or to move objects along.
The turning disc is connected by a drive belt to an electric motor.
N-COUNT 地带；带状区域 A belt of land or sea is a long, narrow area of it that has some special feature.
Miners in Zambia's northern copper belt have gone on strike...
Behind him was a belt of trees, and behind the trees hills and fields.
VERB 抽打；痛打 If someone belts you, they hit you very hard.
'Is it right she belted old George in the gut?' she asked.
VERB 飞奔；疾驰 If you belt somewhere, you move or travel there very fast.
We belted down Iveagh Parade to where the motor was.
N-COUNT （表示柔道或空手道级别的）段，带 If someone is or has a belt of a particular colour in judo or karate, they have reached the standard which that colour represents.
He is a black belt in karate.
PHRASE 残酷而不公正的 Something that is below the belt is cruel and unfair.
Do you think it's a bit below the belt what they're doing?
...this kind of below-the-belt discrimination.
PHRASE 勒紧裤腰带；紧缩开支；节衣缩食 If you have to tighten your belt, you have to spend less money and manage without things because you have less money than you used to have.
Clearly, if you are spending more than your income, you'll need to tighten your belt.
PHRASE 已经取得（或完成） If you have something under your belt, you have already achieved it or done it.
Clare is now a full-time author with six books, including four novels, under her belt.