an enlarged and muscular saclike organ of the alimentary canal; the principal organ of digestion
If the front part of your body below your waist feels uncomfortable because you are feeling worried or frightened, you can refer to it as your stomach. His stomach was in knots
If you say that something turns your stomach or makes your stomach turn, you mean that it is so unpleasant or offensive that it makes you feel sick. The true facts will turn your stomach I saw the shots of what happened on television and my stomach just turned over
You can refer to the front part of your body below your waist as your stomach. The children lay down on their stomachs. stomach muscles
If you say that someone has a strong stomach, you mean that they are not disgusted by things that disgust most other people. Surgery often demands actual physical strength, as well as the possession of a strong stomach
A bag shaped organ in the abdomen, which stores food after it has passed down the oesophagus
an inclination or liking for things involving conflict or difficulty or unpleasantness; "he had no stomach for a fight"
If you do something on an empty stomach, you do it without having eaten. Avoid drinking on an empty stomach
put up with something or somebody unpleasant; "I cannot bear his constant criticism"; "The new secretary had to endure a lot of unprofessional remarks"; "he learned to tolerate the heat"; "She stuck out two years in a miserable marriage"
Your stomach is the organ inside your body where food is digested before it moves into the intestines. He had an upset stomach My stomach is completely full
butterflies in your stomach: see butterfly. Digestive sac in the left upper abdominal cavity, which expands or contracts with the amount of food in it. It has four regions: the cardia leads down from the esophagus; the fundus curves above it; the body is the largest part; and the antrum narrows to join the duodenum at the pyloric valve. Iron and very fat-soluble substances (e.g., alcohol, some drugs) are absorbed in the stomach. Peristalsis mixes food with enzymes and hydrochloric acid from glands in its lining and moves the resulting chyme toward the small intestine. The vagus nerve and sympathetic nervous system control the stomach's secretions and movements. Emotional stress affects its function. Common disorders include gastritis, peptic ulcer, hiatal hernia, and cancer. See also digestion, gastrectomy
Malignant tumour of the stomach. The main risk factors include a diet high in salted, smoked, or pickled foods; Helicobacter pylori infection; tobacco and alcohol use; age (over age 60); and a family history of stomach cancer. Males develop stomach cancer at approximately twice the rate of females. Symptoms may be abdominal pain or swelling, unexplained weight loss, vomiting, and poor digestion. Surgery is the only method for treating stomach cancer, although radiation therapy or chemotherapy may be used in conjunction with surgery or to relieve symptoms
A suction pump with a flexible tube inserted into the stomach through the mouth and esophagus to empty the stomach in an emergency, as in a case of poisoning. a machine with a tube that doctors use to suck out food or liquid from someone's stomach, especially after they have swallowed something harmful
If you describe something as stomach-churning, you mean that it is so unpleasant that it makes you feel physically sick. The stench from rotting food is stomach-churning. if something is stomach-churning, it is extremely unpleasant and makes you feel sick
e had torn the paper from one of his cigarettes and was chewing the tobacco. This was his last resort, an expedient which he fell back upon only in great extremity, as it invariably made him sick to his stomach.
(deyim) Butterflies in the stomach is a medical condition characterized by the physical sensation of a "fluttery" feeling in the stomach. This sensation can be a physical sensation related to the body's fight or flight response or it can be an ineffable experience related to the psychology of true love or nervousness
[ 'st&-m&k, -mik ] (noun.) 14th century. From Middle English stomak from Old French estomac Latin stomachus Ancient Greek στόμαχος (stomakhos) from στόμα (stoma, “mouth”). Displaced native Middle English mawe (“stomach, maw”) (from Old English maga), Middle English bouk, buc (“belly, stomach”) (from Old English buc (“belly, stomach”), see bucket).
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