belt

listen to the pronunciation of belt
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} kuşak
kemer

Araba kullanan insanlar emniyet kemeri takmalılar. - People who drive cars should wear seat belts.

O ona emniyet kemerini bağlamasını tavsiye etti. - She advised him to fasten his seat belt.

kayış

Tom fan kayışını değiştirdi. - Tom replaced a fan belt.

Bu, kayışlar ve kasnaklar ile hareketi iletir. - It transmits movement by belts and pulleys.

şerit
uçkur
kuşanmak kılıç
(Askeri) faça
kuşakla bağlamak
kolan
şiddetle vurmak
kemerle/kuşakla bağlamak
çok hızlı gitmek
jet gibi gitmek
patlatmak
yöre
{f} sar
(elle) çok sert biçimde vurmak
uçmak
kemerle dövmek
çakmak
bölge

Asteroid kuşağı Mars ve Jüpiter yörüngeleri arasındaki bölgede yer almaktadır. - The asteroid belt is located in the region between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.

kayış tertibatı
{f} kuşatmak, çevirmek
{f} k.dili. yumruk indirmek; şiddetle vurmak
beltedkuşaklı
(Askeri) ŞERİT: Otomatik bir silaha mermi sürülmesini temin için, kullanılan mermileri tutacak şekilde ilmikleri bulunan bez şerit veya seri halinde birbirine bağlanmış madeni kıskaçları olan şerit
belt kemer bağla/vur
{f} kemerlemek
{f} uçmak (araba) (Argo)
{f} kemerle bağlamak
etrafını çevirmek
keme

Araba kullanan insanlar emniyet kemeri takmalılar. - People who drive cars should wear seat belts.

O ona emniyet kemerini bağlamasını tavsiye etti. - She advised him to fasten his seat belt.

{f} kuşanmak (kılıç)
kuşatmak
kuşak,v.sar: n.kemer
çok sert biçimde vurmak
kayışla dövmek
çemberlenmiş
{f} hızlı gitmek
{f} kemer takmak
{i} iklim kuşağı
beltingkayış
sarmak
yumruk indirmek
kasnak kayışı mech
belt buckle
kemer tokası

Bir kemer tokası çalan idam edilecek; bir devlet çalan bir prens olur. - He who steals a belt buckle will be executed; he who steals a state becomes a prince.

belt-tightening
(Bilim, İlim) Kemer sıkma
belt drive
döndürme
belt drive
kayışla işletme
belt fed
(Askeri) şeritle doldurulan
belt feed
(Askeri) şerit besleme
belt out
nakavt etmek
belt pulley
kayış kasnağı
belt road
(Askeri) cepheye paralel yol
belt saw
şerit testere
belt tension
kayış gerginliği
belt up
çenesini kapatmak
belt breakage
bant kopması
belt brushing machine
bant fırça makinesi
belt buckle
toka

Bir kemer tokası çalan idam edilecek; bir devlet çalan bir prens olur. - He who steals a belt buckle will be executed; he who steals a state becomes a prince.

belt clamp
kayış kelepçesi
belt conveyor
bantlı konveyör
belt conveyor feeder
bant besleyici
belt conveyor road
bant konveyör yolu
belt drive
kayışla döndürme
belt driven
kayışla tahrikli
belt driven motor
kemerden hareketli motor
belt fastener
kayış kancası
belt fork
kayış çatalı
belt highway
çevre yolu
belt lacing
bant ekleme
belt line
çevre yolu
belt maker
kemerci
belt out
nakavt et
belt pulley
kasnak
belt shifter
kayış avara kolu
belt slip
kayış kayması
belt stretcher
kayış mengenesi
belt striker
kayış çatalı
belt tension
bant gerilimi
belt tightener
kayış gerici
belt up
kesmek
belt loop
kemer halkası
belt loops
kemer döngüler
belt polishing
(Mühendislik) kayışlı parlatma
Belt up
İng., k.dili. Sus!/Çeneni kapa!
belt catch
kemer kilidi
belt clip
kemer kancası
belt conveyor
(Askeri) BANT KONVEYÖR, BANT TRANSPORTÖR
belt disengaging motion
(Tekstil) avara kolu, avara levyesi, kayışı boşa alan tertibat
belt down
yuvarlamak
belt down
içmek
belt driven
kayışla çalıştırılan
belt dryer
(Gıda) kayışlı kurutucu
belt dryers
kayışlı kurutucular
belt element
kayış elemanı
belt fed
(Askeri) ŞERİTLİ, ŞERİTLE DOLDURULUR: Otomatik silahlar için yapılmış bir şeritle doldurulan silah
belt feeder
bantlı besleyici
belt filling machine
(Askeri) ŞERİT DOLDURMA MAKİNESİ, DOLDURMA MAKİNESİ: Bak. "belt loading machine"
belt fork
kayıp çatalı
belt grabber
(Otomotiv) kayış kavraması
belt guard
(Otomotiv) kayış koruyucusu
belt guard
kayış siperi
belt guard
bant koruyucusu
belt guide
kayış siperliği
belt guide
kemer kılavuzu
belt hole
(Tekstil) kayış deliği
belt idler
(Tekstil) avara çıkrığı, avara kasnağı
belt lacing
kayış ekleme
belt line
demiryolu elektrik hattı
belt loader
bantlı kazıcı-yükleyici
belt loading machine
(Askeri) ŞERİT DOLDURMA MAKİNESİ, DOLDURMA MAKİNESİ: Şerit ile beslenen bir otomatik silahın fişek şeridine fişeklerin takılması için yapılmış makine. Buna "belt filling machine" de denir
belt locks
(Otomotiv) kilitlenmiş emniyet kemeri
belt loop
(Tekstil) kemer köprüsü
belt of machine gun
(Askeri) Makinalı tüfek şeridi
belt out
bağıra bağıra söylemek (şarkı)
belt package
(Otomotiv) kuşak paketi
belt pouch
kemer çantası
belt road
(Askeri) PARALEL YOL, CEPHEYE PARALEL YOL: Bak. "lateral road"
belt sander
(Otomotiv) kayışlı taşlama
belt sander
bantlı el zımpara aygıtı
belt screen
bantlı elek
belt set
kemer ayarı
belt set
kemer takımı
belt shield
(Otomotiv) kayış siperi
belt shitter
(Tekstil) avara kolu, avara levyesi, kayışı boşa alan tertibat
belt up
sus
belt up
kes sesini
belt webbing
kemer örgüsü
below the belt
(deyim) below the belt ( genellikle hit...) acikca davranmak
below the belt
kahpece
below the belt
haksızca
below the belt
belden aşağı
driving belt
tahrik kayışı
abdominal belt
(Tekstil) kuşak
ammunition belt
(Askeri) fişeklik
belt conveyor
(Askeri) bant konveyor
belted
kayışlı
belting
sararak
belting
sarma
broad belt
kolan
cartridge belt
kargılık
conveyer belt
taşıyıcı kayış
conveyor belt
kayışlı konveyör
conveyor belt
taşıma kayışı
conveyor belt
(Biyokimya) taşıyıcı kuşak
conveyor belt
(Tıp) taşıyıcı bant
conveyor belt
konveyör bant

Bu suşi restoranının suşi taşıyan bir konveyör bantı var. - This sushi restaurant has a conveyor belt that carries sushi.

conveyor belt
taşıyıcı kayış
conveyor belt
konveyör kayışı
conveyor belt
konveyör bandı
flat belt
yassı kayış
fold and thrust belt
(Jeoloji) kıvrım ve itki kuşağı
fold belt
(Jeoloji) kıvrım kuşağı
green belt
(Çevre) yeşik kuşak
life belt
(Askeri) cankurtaran yeleği
life belt
(Askeri) cankurtaran simidi
link belt
(Askeri) madeni fişek şeridi
rust belt
pas kuşağı
shelter belt
(Çevre) koruma şeridi
shoulder belt
hamaylı
timing belt
(Tekstil) zamanlama kayışı
agricultural belt
tarımsal kuşak
agrlcultural belt
tarımsal kuşak
belting
{f} sar
belting
kayış (tertibatı)
black belt
kara kuşak
black belt
siyah kuşak
cartridge belt
palaska
cartridge belt
fişeklik
chain belt
zincir kayışı
conveyer belt
taşıma kayışı
conveyor belt
bantlı konveyör
cotton belt
pamuk üretme bölgesi
fan belt
vantilatör kayışı
flat belt
düz kayış
garter belt
çorap lastiği
green belt
yeşil alan
green belt
yeşil kuşak
hit below the belt
kalleşlik etmek
hit below the belt
belden aşağı vurmak
hit sb below the belt
arkadan vurmak
leather belt
kösele kayış
life belt
cankurtaran kemeri
rubber belt
lastik kayış
safety belt
emniyet kemeri

Emniyet kemeri olmasaydı şimdi hayatta olmazdım. - But for the safety belt, I wouldn't be alive today.

Kaza geçirme ihtimaline karşın biz her zaman bir emniyet kemeri takmak zorundaydık. - We always had to put on a safety belt in case we had an accident.

seat belt
emniyet kemeri

Emniyet kemerini bağla. - Fasten your seat belt.

Emniyet kemerini tak, lütfen. - Fasten your seat belt, please.

seismic belt
deprem kuşağı
shoulder belt
omuz kayışı
steel belt
çelik kayış
steel belt
çelik bant
steel belt conveyor
çelik kayışlı taşıyıcı
steel belt conveyor
çelik bantlı konveyör
sword belt
palaska
tighten one's belt
kemerleri sıkmak
transmission belt
transmisyon kayışı
wear a seat belt
emniyet kemeri bağla
worn a seat belt
emniyet kemeri bağla
abrasive belt
aşındırıcı kayış
asteroid belt
asteroit kuşağı
belting
kayış
bible belt
İncil Kuşağı. ABD'de muhafazakar protestanların yaşadığı Orta Batı ve Güney'deki bazı eyaletleri betimlemek için kullanılan bir terim
hit sb below the belt
sırtından vurmak, arkadan vurmak
kuiper belt
Kuiper kuşağı
leather belt
deri kemer
rust belt
pas kemer
slack belt
bolluk kemer
steel belt
çelik bant, çelik kayış
steel belt conveyor
çelik bantlı konveyör, çelik kayışlı taşıyıcı
suspender belt
jartiyer
tighten belt
kemer sıkın
tighten one´s belt
kemerleri sıkmak
tighten the belt
kemer sıkın
timing belt
(Mühendislik) Triger kayısı
troughed belt
oluklu kayış
utility belt
alet kemeri
belt out
bağıra bağıra söylemek
belted
{s} kuşaklı
belted
belt kemer bağla/vur
belted
{s} kemerli
Türkçe - Türkçe
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Kesmek
Kayış
İngilizce - İngilizce
The lower boundary of the strike zone

That umpire called that pitch a strike at the belt.

A band used as a restraint for safety purposes, such as a seat belt

Keep your belt fastened; this is going to be quite a bumpy ride.

To fasten a belt

The rotund man had difficulty belting his pants, and generally wore suspenders to avoid the issue.

A powerful blow, often made with a fist or heavy object

After the bouncer gave him a solid belt to the gut, Simon had suddenly had enough of barfighting.

A band worn around the waist to hold clothing to one's body (usually pants), hold weapons (such as a gun or sword), or serve as a decorative piece of clothing

As part of the act, the fat clown's belt broke, causing his pants to fall down.

To hit with a belt

The child was remanded to state custody when the lacerations on her back where her parents had belted her in punishment were revealed.

To hit someone or something

The angry player belted the official across the face, and as a result was ejected from the game.

To hit a pitched ball a long distance, usually for a home run

He belted that pitch over the grandstand.

To drink quickly, often in gulps

He belted down a shot of whisky.

A quick drink of liquor

Care to join me in a belt of scotch?.

A geographical region known for a particular product or feature (Corn Belt, Bible Belt)
To move very fast

He was really belting along.

and intransitive To scream or sing in a loud manner

He belted out the national anthem.

A band that is used in a machine to help transfer motion or power

The motor had a single belt that snaked its way back and forth around a variety of wheels.

To encircle

The small town was belted by cornfields in all directions.

{n} a lethern girdle, fash, zone, strait
Most modern martial arts schools use belts to distinguish rank or level of skill Traditionally, the darker the belt the higher the rank
deliver a blow to; "He belted his opponent"
A band worn around the waist to hold clothing to ones body (usually pants), hold weapons (such as a gun or sword), or serve as a decorative piece of clothing
the act of hitting vigorously; "he gave the table a whack"
a device used to connect two wheels on different shafts so that as one rotates the other rotates as well You can use rubber bands as belts
Kevlar drive belt transfers the power from the engine to the rear wheels, made by Gates, Pirelli and Mitsubushi
A device for transferring power from a rotating shaft to a generator Allows the use of Pulleys to change the ratio of shaft speed to and from the generator
If you belt somewhere, you move or travel there very fast. We belted down Iveagh Parade to where the motor was. = dash see also belted
{f} gird, strap on, encircle; strike, thrash
To shear, as the buttocks and tails of sheep
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
To encircle with, or as with, a belt; to encompass; to surround
A flexible reinforced band placed around two or more pulleys to carry materials from one place to another
n sabuk
If someone belts you, they hit you very hard. `Is it right she belted old George in the gut?' she asked. = thump Belt is also a noun. Father would give you a belt over the head with the scrubbing brush
Number of layers of insulation on a conductor or number of layers of jacket on a cable
Same as Band, n
a path or strip (as cut by one course of mowing)
a belt is a flexible band that transmits rotary motion from one shaft to another Belts transmit motion as do gear trains, but belt drives are better for greater distances with smaller forces
A very broad band is more properly termed a belt
A token or badge of knightly rank
A rubber-like, continuous loop placed between two or more pulleys to transfer rotary motion
a band to tie or buckle around the body (usually at the waist)
A flexible band placed around two or more pulleys for the purpose of transmitting motion, power or materials from one point to another
-Refers to a lineman's climbing belt
A reinforcing bank, normally textile, fiberglass or steel, running around the circumference of a tire and strengthening the tread area
Dark, low-pressure region in the atmosphere of a jovian planet where gas flows downward
A band of leather, or other flexible substance, passing around two wheels, and communicating motion from one to the other
One of certain girdles or zones on the surface of the planets Jupiter and Saturn, supposed to be of the nature of clouds
sing loudly and forcefully
Belts are used to drive many engine accessories Most overhead cam (OHC) engines use cogged (toothed) belts to drive the camshaft(s) Belts drive the power steering pump, water pump, air-conditioning compressors, etc Could also refer to safety belts/harness
a vigorous blow; "the sudden knock floored him"; "he took a bash right in his face"; "he got a bang on the head"
Anything that resembles a belt, or that encircles or crosses like a belt; a strip or stripe; as, a belt of trees; a belt of sand
{i} cloth or leather band around the waist; strip; area, region
A reinforcing band normally textile, fiberglass or steel, running around the circumference of a tire and strengthening the tread area
A strip of leather used most often in a cylinder phonograph to transfer the drive power of the motor to a pulley connected to the mandrel
deliver a blow to; "He belted his opponent
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. Appalachian orogenic belt belt drive Caledonian orogenic belt conveyor belt Corn Belt Cotton Belt Kuiper belt Edgeworth Kuiper belt
zone, district or strip of land
A belt is a strip of leather or cloth that you fasten round your waist. He wore a belt with a large brass buckle. see also safety belt, seat belt
a band to tie or buckle around the body (usually at the waist) endless loop of flexible material between two rotating shafts or pulleys an elongated region where a specific condition is found; "a belt of high pressure"
A band or stripe, as of color, round any organ; or any circular ridge or series of ridges
To sing in a loud manner
endless loop of flexible material between two rotating shafts or pulleys
That which engirdles a person or thing; a band or girdle; as, a lady's belt; a sword belt
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
an elongated region where a specific condition is found; "a belt of high pressure"
fasten with a belt; "belt your trousers"
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. see also conveyor belt, fan belt
A powerful blow, often made with a fist
That which restrains or confines as a girdle
A narrow passage or strait; as, the Great Belt and the Lesser Belt, leading to the Baltic Sea
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 see also Bible Belt, commuter belt, green belt = strip
an exposed zone or band of a particular kind of rock
belt and suspenders
Having several layers of protection; redundant or over cautious

Not wanting to take additional risk, he went with the belt and suspenders option, purchasing both the extended warranty and the on-site service policy.

belt and suspenders
Redundant systems, affording mutual backup in the event of one failing

He believes in a belt and suspenders, booking flights from two different airports on different airlines for important trips.

belt drive
A method of power transmission by means of belts that connect pulleys on shafts
belt loop
A highway that loops around the perimeter of a major city
belt loop
One of the loops of fabric ringing the waist of a pair of pants, used to hold the belt in place
belt of the crozier
admonishment or condemnation from the clergy
belt out
to sing loudly

He belted out Sweet Child of Mine at the karaoke.

belt up
To stop talking or chattering; shut up
belt up
To fasten one's seat belt
belt-drive
Any mechanism that uses a continuous belt through which power is transmitted
belt-tightening
A reduction in expenditure as a result of financial restrictions
belt-tightening
Increased thrift and frugality; a reduction in spending
belt and braces
(deyim) When two or more actions are done to be extra careful about something when only one is really necessary

I wrote to them and telephoned as well - belt and braces, I admit.

belt along
rush: step on it; "He rushed down the hall to receive his guests"; "The cars raced down the street"
belt buckle
the buckle used to fasten a belt
belt conveyor
A continuous fabric, rubber, plastic, leather, or metal belt operated over a suitable drive and tail end, and over belt idlers or slider bed for handling materials, packages, or objects placed directly upon the belt
belt conveyor
A mechanical system composed of suitable head, tail, bend pulleys and belt idlers or a slider bed to handle bulk materials, packages, or other objects placed directly upon it
belt conveyor
a moving belt used to transport large volumes of loose material along a designated route from a large source (for example, crusher or stockpile)
belt conveyor
A looped belt on which coal or other materials can be carried and which is generally constructed of flame-resistant material or of reinforced rubber or rubber-like substance
belt drive
Pair of pulleys attached to usually parallel shafts and connected by an encircling flexible belt (band) that can serve to transmit and modify rotary motion from one shaft to the other. Most belt drives consist of flat leather, rubber, or fabric belts running on cylindrical pulleys or of belts with a V-shaped cross section running on grooved pulleys. Another type of belt, used on some internal-combustion engines for connecting the crankshaft and camshafts, is the toothed (or timing) belt, a flat belt with evenly spaced transverse teeth that fit in matching grooves on the periphery of the pulley
belt feed pawl
projection which inserts a bullet into a gun barrel
belt line
transportation system that partly or fully surrounds a city or port or terminal; (Automotive) horizontal line that divides the upper and lower sections of a car body (might be an actual line of trim or an imaginary line that follows the outline of the body)
belt maker
a maker of belts
belt out
If you belt out a song, you sing or play it very loudly. He held a three-hour family Karaoke session in his hotel, belting out Sinatra and Beatles hits
belt out
sing loudly and forcefully
belt sander
An electric sander fitted with a revolving abrasive belt
belt-tightening
If you need to do some belt-tightening, you must spend less money and manage without things because you have less money than you used to have. This will cause further belt-tightening in the public services
below the belt
Unfair; dirty; not according to the generally accepted rules

Commenting on his bachelorhood in a debate on marital ethics was a bit below the belt, don't you think?.

below the belt
Of a punch, landing illegally, below the opponent's waist
below the belt
disregarding the rules (from the notion of an illegal low blow in boxing); "her accusations were below the belt
below the belt
{i} beneath the waist (usually said of an act of treachery which really hurts the person), an unfair action, cruel act
Bible Belt
An area in America in which Evangelical Protestantism is a pervasive or dominant part of the culture
Fehmarn Belt
A strait in the Baltic Sea between the German island Fehmarn and the Danish island Lolland, connecting the Bay of Kiel and the Bay of Mecklenburg
Kuiper Belt
Alternative capitalization of Kuiper belt
Kuiper belt
A region of space between 30 and 50 Astronomical Units from the sun, roughly confined within a thick band around the ecliptic. This area is populated by many thousands of trans-Neptunian objects
Kuiper belt object
A type of trans-Neptunian object (TNO) (a certain type of minor planet) that has an orbit in the Kuiper belt (between 30-50 AU) with inclinations consistent with the ecliptic
Kuiper belt objects
plural form of Kuiper belt object
Orion's Belt
A bright asterism located near the celestial equator; it consists of three bright stars lined up and visibly close together. It is part of the constellation Orion and includes the stars Alnitak (ζ Ori), Alnilam (ε Ori), and Mintaka (δ Ori)
Van Allen belt
Any of similar areas around another planet
Van Allen belt
Either of two torus-shaped areas of high-energy charged particles which partly surround Earth, trapped by its magnetic field. The areas are characterised by intense radiation. When the belts "overload", particles strike the upper atmosphere and fluoresce, causing the polar aurora
Van Allen radiation belt
Any of similar areas around another planet
Van Allen radiation belt
Either of two torus-shaped areas of high-energy charged particles which partly surround Earth, trapped by its magnetic field. The areas are characterised by intense radiation. When the belts "overload", particles strike the upper atmosphere and fluoresce, causing the polar aurora
asteroid belt
The region of the orbital plane of the solar system located between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter which is occupied by numerous minor planets and the dwarf planet Ceres
belter
Anything that is particularly good of its class
belter
A very good-looking person
belter
One who sings forcefully
belter
A song suitable for forceful singing
bible belt
An area which socially conservative Christian Evangelical Protestantism is a pervasive or dominant part of the culture
bible belt
In the U.S. a region in the Southern or southeastern part of the country where Southern Baptist Convention denomination is strong, noted for conservative and evangelical values
black belt
The highest belt colour in various martial arts
black belt
Someone who has attained a black belt

Raymond is a black belt in karate.

chastity belt
A locking, belt like, garment covering the genitals designed to be worn for long periods and to prevent sexual intercourse and so loss of chastity
chastity belt
For a women, refusal to have sex
commuter belt
A zone surrounding a metropolitan area or city from which commuters travel to the area or city to work
conveyer belt
Alternative spelling of conveyor belt
conveyor belt
A continuous flexible band moved by a series of rollers to transport objects or material from one place to another, especially within a factory or mine
fan belt
A loop of material, typically reinforced rubber with a trapezoidal cross-section, by which a motor or engine turns a fan so that it can cool itself
fan-belt
Attributive form of fan belt

fan-belt failure.

garrison belt
A heavy-duty leather belt, from which tools etc. may be slung

His well-bred clothes had disappeared; these day he wore khaki pants supported by a garrison belt, and boots which rattles when he walked.

garter belt
An item of women's underwear consisting of a belt to which are attached garters for holding up stockings; suspender belt
green belt
An area of agricultural land around an urban area that is protected from large-scale housing
lap belt
A seat belt in vehicles that holds only near the lap; not like a sash belt which holds from waist across the body above the shoulder
life belt
A buoyant inflatable ring carried onboard ships which can be thrown to someone in the water in an emergency to keep themselves afloat
money belt
A belt concealed under clothing, having a pocket for money or other documents
photon belt
A huge, toroidal object composed of photons
quarter belt
a belt connecting pulleys whose axles are at right angles; a quarter turn belt
rocket belt
a wearable backpack device using rocket thrust to propel a person into the air
rocket belt
a wearable backpack device that can propel a person into the air
rocket belt
a belt with rockets attached that can propel a person into the air
safety belt
A belt or strap that attaches a person to an immovable object for safety
seat belt
A restraining belt attached to a vehicle seat which is fastened around passengers and which is intended to keep an occupant in place so as to avoid injuries in accidents where the occupant could be thrown against a solid object
seat-belt
Alternative spelling of seat belt
suspender belt
An item of women's underwear consisting of a belt to which are attached suspenders for holding up stockings; (US) garter belt
tighten one's belt
To be more frugal. To make difficult economic savings due to a lowering of expected income

In the current crisis, we will have to tighten our belts.

timing belt
a part of an internal combustion engine that controls the timing of the engine's valves
under one's belt
Already done; within one's experience; practiced

He got off to a shaky start, but with a few months of experience under his belt, he kept up handily with the veteran employees.

utility belt
A belt with pockets, loops, etc. for carrying useful items
belted
Worn in, or suspended from, the belt
bible belt
Those sections of the United States, especially in the South and Middle West, where Protestant fundamentalism is widely practiced
cam belt
A timing belt, timing chain or cam belt is a part of an internal combustion engine that controls the timing of the engine's valves. Some engines use timing gears. The term "timing belt" is also used for the more general case of any flat belt with integral teeth. Such belts are used for power transmission or to interchange rotary motion and linear motion, where either high loads or maintaining a specific drive ratio are important. A common non-automotive application is in linear positioning systems. Such belts have also been used in efforts to make a cleaner, lower-maintenance bicycle transmission but have never become popular in this application
earthquake belt
(Jeoloji) A relatively narrow, distinct belt of earthquakes that defines the position of a plate boundary
green belt
an area of open land around a city, on which building is restricted
green belt
a green belt marking a level of proficiency below that of a brown belt in judo, karate, or other martial arts
safety belt
A seat belt, sometimes called a safety belt, is a safety harness designed to secure the occupant of a vehicle against harmful movement that may result from a collision or a sudden stop. As part of an overall occupant restraint system, seat belts are intended to reduce injuries by stopping the wearer from hitting hard interior elements of the vehicle or other passengers (the so-called second impact) and by preventing the wearer from being thrown from the vehicle
timing belt
A cogged belt, usually of reinforced rubber, that drives the camshaft in an internal combustion engine
A belt
obi
A belt
baudrick
A belt
bawdrick
The belt
obi
belted
having or provided with a belt; "a belted dress
belted
If someone's jacket or coat, for example, is belted, it has a belt fastened round it. She wore a brown suede jacket, belted at the waist. fastened with a belt
belted
having or provided with a belt; "a belted dress"
belted
Encircled by, or secured with, a belt; as, a belted plaid; girt with a belt, as an honorary distinction; as, a belted knight; a belted earl
belted
{s} girded, wearing a belt
belted
Marked with a band or circle; as, a belted stalk
belted
past of belt
belter
{i} person who is regarded as outstanding; something considered remarkable or excellent; loud singer; popular loud song
belting
The material of which belts for machinery are made; also, belts, taken collectively
belting
the material of which belts are made
belting
present participle of belt
belting
{i} whipping, lashing; belts, material for belts
belts
plural of belt
belts
Fabric made of steel or other material that is placed between body plies and tread
belts
Dark bands in the clouds on the outer gas giants
belts
The plies of tire cords beneath the tread that determines the tire's diameter and stabilizes the tread by resisting deformation from cornering, braking, and centrifugal forces
belts
All transmission belts, such as flat belts, round belts or V-belts
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rüzgâr siperi wind belt, shelter belt
(of trees)
belt