below the belt
不刚正的; 伤人的 unfair or cruel
pull in ones belt
勒紧裤带,克勤克俭 spend less; make economies
tighten ones belt
俭省,节减过活,忍饥受饿 spend less; make economies
under ones belt
为本人全豹,正在本人手中,正在腹中 have as an achievement or experience; in the abdomen
belt along1 (v.+adv.)
急迅作为 move fast
He belts along in the car.
belt along2 (v.+prep.)
急迅作为 move fast
belt along sth
We belted along the motorway for nearly a hundred miles, and then had to travel at a crawl along the minor roads.
belt down (v.+prep.)
正在…上急迅搬动 move very fast in specified direction
belt sb down sth
He was belted down the motorway at 90 m.p.h.
belt in (v.+prep.)
猛打 hit 王一博very hard
belt sb in sth
She belted me in the eye.
belt into (v.+prep.)
狠揍; 大骂 hit very hard; scold hard
belt into sb
I lost my temper and belted into him.
When he said that,I belted into him and told him just what I thought.
belt on (v.+adv.)
用带系住 fasten with a belt
belt sth ? on
The officer belted his sword on.
The detective belted his pistol on.
belt out (v.+adv.)
高声〔使劲〕唱 sing loudly and forcefully
I open the door, the cat belted out.
belt sth ? out
She belted out a high note.
She belted out ballads and hillbilly songs one after another all evening.
No one can belt out those old songs as she 王一博can.
They belted it out for all they were worth.
belt out of (v.+adv.+prep.)
把…使劲打出 hit sth very hard out of sth
belt sth out of sth
The tennis player was so annoyed that he belted the ball right out of the court.
belt up (v.+adv.)
〈俚〉安宁 be quiet
The soldiers belted up and went out.
Many people think it is important to belt up before you start to drive.
belt sth ? up
He belted up his raincoat.
They belted the mechanism up.
Belt up.I cant hear what your mother is saying.
Belt up, you boys,Fathers asleep.
Oh, belt up,Im tired of your moaning.