a worker responsible for the inspection, maintenance, and repair of machine belts.
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(Austral & NZ) (formerly) the member of a beach life-saving team who swam out with a line attached to his belt
- Belt out
a band of flexible material, as leather or cord, for encircling the waist. any encircling or transverse band, strip, or stripe. an elongated region having distinctive properties or characteristics: a belt of cotton plantations. Machinery. an endless flexible band passing about two or more pulleys, used to transmit motion from one pulley to the other […]
- Belt up
verb (adverb) (slang) to become or cause to become silent; stop talking: often used in the imperative to fasten with or by a belt, esp a seat belt Contemporary Examples Snooki Dictionary for Her Book, A Shore Thing Jaimie Etkin January 3, 2011 Historical Examples The Broncho Rider Boys Along the Border Frank Fowler The […]
- Belted-bias tire
a motor-vehicle tire of the same construction as a bias-ply tire but with an added belt of steel or a strong synthetic material under the tread.
- Ben bella
Ahmed [ah-med] /ˈɑ mɛd/ (Show IPA), 1916–2012, Algerian statesman: premier 1962–63; president 1963–65. noun Mohammed Ahmed (ˈɑːmɪd). 1916–2012, Algerian statesman: first prime minister (1962–65) and president (1963–65) of independent Algeria: overthrown and imprisoned (1965–80)