English - Vietnamese Dictionary
stomach /'stʌmək/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- what a stomach!: bụng sao phệ thế!
- sự đói, sự thèm ăn
- to stay one's stomach: làm cho đỡ đói
- tinh thần, bụng dạ
- to put stomach in someone: làm cho ai có tinh thần
- to have no stomach for the fight: không còn bụng dạ nào chiến đấu nữa
- to be of a proud (higt) stomach
- ngoại động từ
- (nghĩa bóng) cam chịu (nhục); nuốt (hận)
+an enlarged and muscular saclike organ of the alimentary canal; the principal organ of digestion
+the region of the body of a vertebrate between the thorax and the pelvis
+an inclination or liking for things involving conflict or difficulty or unpleasantness
+an appetite for food
+bear to eat
+put up with something or somebody unpleasant
Advanced English Dictionary
1 abdomen, belly, gut, pot-belly, pot, paunch, Colloq corporation, bay window, tummy, bread basket, spare tyre:
His huge stomach hung over and concealed his belt.
2 tolerance; taste, appetite, desire, hunger, thirst, craving, need, inclination, relish, longing, yearning, hankering:
I have no stomach for those TV sitcoms featuring precocious four-year-olds.
3 abide, tolerate, endure, stand, bear, suffer, take, accept, swallow, resign or reconcile oneself to, put up with, countenance, brook, Brit stick:
He walked out when he could no longer stomach her continual criticism.
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
the organ inside the body where food goes when you swallow it; the front part of the body below the chest: stomach pains + an upset stomach + (BrE also) a stomach upset + exercises to strengthen the stomach muscles + It's not a good idea to drink (= alcohol) on an empty stomach (= without having eaten anything). + You shouldn't exercise on a full stomach. + The attacker kicked him in the stomach. + Lie on your stomach with your arms by your side. + They crawled along the ground on their stomachs.
See also - TUMMY
Idioms: have no stomach for sth
1 to not want to eat sth: She had no stomach for the leftover stew.
2 to not have the desire or courage to do sth: They had no stomach for a fight.
turn your stomach to make you feel upset, sick or disgusted: Pictures of the burnt corpses turned my stomach.
more at BUTTERFLY, EYE n., FEEL v., PIT n., PUMP v., STRONG
+ verb [VN] (especially in negative sentences or questions)
1 to approve of sth and be able to enjoy it; to enjoy being with a person: I can't stomach violent films. + I find him very hard to stomach.
2 to be able to eat sth without feeling ill/sick: She couldn't stomach any breakfast.
1 part of the body where food is digested
You shouldn't drink wine on an empty stomach (= without eating food).
| queasy, upset
She's been off work with an upset stomach.
You need a strong stomach to go on the giant roller coaster.
VERB + STOMACH
The smell of the dead dog turned his stomach.
He had a hangover, so he ordered a sandwich to settle his stomach.
| settle in
A feeling of nausea settled in her stomach.
He had his stomach pumped after taking an overdose.
STOMACH + VERB
churn, heave, lurch
My stomach lurched as another big wave hit the boat.
| rumble | tighten, turn (over), twist
STOMACH + NOUN
ache, bug, cancer, complaint, cramp, disorder, illness, pain, problem, ulcer, upset | lining, wall | acids, juices | contents
Human remains were found among the stomach contents of the shark.
| pump, tube
in the/your ~
enzymes in the stomach
butterflies in your stomach
I had butterflies in my stomach as I went to get my exam results.
| the pit of your stomach
I felt a sickening feeling in the pit of my stomach when I saw the ambulance.
2 front part of the body below the chest
firm, flat | bulging, fat, flabby, large, stout | bloated, swollen | bare
VERB + STOMACH
hold in, pull in, suck in
He sucked in his stomach as he walked past the girls.
| lie on | clutch, hold
‘Call a doctor!’ he said, clutching his stomach.
| pat, rub
‘I'm eating for two now,’ she said, patting her stomach.
STOMACH + VERB
protrude, stick out
STOMACH + NOUN
muscles | injury, strain, wound
on the/your ~
I lay on my stomach on the beach.
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