- [C]肚子,腹部 the part of the human body, between the chest and the legs, which contains the stomach
the region of the body of a vertebrate between the thorax and the pelvis
a protruding abdomen
a part that bulges deeply;
"the belly of a sail"
the hollow inside of something;
"in the belly of the ship"
the underpart of the body of certain vertebrates such as snakes or fish
swell out or bulge out
- My belly is empty.
- A hungry belly has no ears.
- The robber stabbed the young man in the belly.
- The boat carried with much cargo in its belly.
- The belly of the animal is covered in long piercing spikes.
- The sails bellied in the wind.
- He has a large belly.
- The tramp kicked the dog in the belly.
- He had an awful ache in the belly.
- I'm sorry I can't finish my pudding; my eyes are bigger than my belly.
- The boat carried much cargo in its belly.
- His little, round belly was tightly buttoned into his trousers.
- Eating green apples gave the boy a pain in the belly.
- beer belly 啤酒肚
- belly dance 肚皮舞
- the belly of a violin 小提琴的琴身
A monstrous Serpent on his Belly prone.出自： Milton
The Common Curlew..belly white, with longitudinal dusky spots.出自： C. A. Johns