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Definition of "belted" []

  • A band of cloth, leather, etc, worn, usually around the waist, to support clothing, carry tools, weapons, or ammunition, or as decoration (noun)
  • A narrow band, circle, or stripe, as of colour (noun)
  • An area, esp an elongated one, where a specific thing or specific conditions are found; zone (noun)
  • A belt worn as a symbol of rank (as by a knight or an earl), or awarded as a prize (as in boxing or wrestling), or to mark particular expertise (as in judo or karate) (noun)
  • A band of flexible material between rotating shafts or pulleys to transfer motion or transmit goods (noun)
  • A beltcourse (noun)
  • A sharp blow, as with a bat or the fist (noun)
  • To fasten or attach with or as if with a belt (verb)
  • To hit with a belt (verb)
  • To give a sharp blow; punch (verb)
  • To move very fast, esp in a car (verb)
  • To mark with belts, as of colour (verb)
  • To encircle; surround (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of belt. (verb)

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Use "belted" in a sentence
  • "I find that case separation is more common in belted magnums and heavy loaded-hi-velocity loads."
  • "The power is like a charging, one-manned train, where Mr. Koontz is the driver and the reader is the only passenger, where he or she will remain belted into the sea, reading paragraphs and turning pages, until the very last, collapsing in an exhausted heap; then rising after recuperation, hoping for a sequel."
  • "I have seen signs of case stretching (bright ring just ahead of the belt) in belted magnum cases."