stomach

stomach
noun
1) (the bag-like organ in the body into which food passes when swallowed, and where most of it is digested.) estómago
2) (the part of the body between the chest and thighs; the belly: a pain in the stomach.) barriga
stomach n estómago
stomach
tr['stʌmək]
noun
1 SMALLANATOMY/SMALL estómago
2 familiar (belly) barriga; (abdomen) abdomen nombre masculino, vientre nombre masculino
a feeling in the pit of my stomach un presentimiento en la boca del estómago
transitive verb
1 figurative use (bear, endure) aguantar, soportar, tragar; (eat, drink) tolerar
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
on a full stomach cuando acabas de comer
on an empty stomach en ayunas, con el estómago vacío
to have no stomach for something (appetite) no tener ganas de comer algo, no apetecerle comer algo 2 (liking) no gustarle algo a uno 3 (afraid) tener miedo de algo, no atreverse a hacer algo
to lie on one's stomach tumbarse boca abajo
to turn somebody's stomach revolverle el estómago a alguien
stomach pump bomba estomacal
stomach upset trastorno gástrico
stomach ['stʌmɪk] vt
: aguantar, soportar
stomach n
1) : estómago m
2) belly: vientre m, barriga f, panza f
3) desire: ganas fpl
he had no stomach for a fight: no quería pelea
stomach
n.
(§ pl.: stomaches) = apetito s.m.
buche s.m.
deseo s.m.
estómago s.m.
vientre s.m.
v.
digerir v.

I 'stʌmək
noun
a) (organ) estómago m

I have an upset stomach — ando mal del estómago

on an empty stomach — con el estómago vacío, en ayunas

to have no stomach for something: they had no stomach for an all-out strike no tenían ganas de ir a una huelga general; (before n) stomach pains dolor m de estómago; stomach upset — problema m estomacal, trastorno m gástrico (frml)

b) (belly) barriga f (fam), panza f (fam), guata f (Chi fam)

she lay on her stomach — estaba tendida boca abajo


II
transitive verb (usu neg)
a) \<\<food/drink\>\> tolerar
b) \<\<insults/insolence/person\>\> soportar, aguantar
['stʌmǝk]
1. N
1) (=organ) estómago m

I've got a pain in my stomach — me duele el estómago, tengo dolor de estómago

it turns my stomach — (lit, fig) me revuelve el estómago

he had an upset stomach — tenía el estómago revuelto

to have no stomach for sth —

he had no stomach for another argument with them — no se sentía con ánimos para tener otra discusión con ellos

they have no stomach for the fight — no tienen agallas para luchar

empty 1., 1), full 1., 7), sick 1., 4)
2) (=belly) barriga f

to hold one's stomach in — meter estómago

to lie on one's stomach — estar tumbado boca abajo

I always sleep on my stomach — siempre duermo boca abajo

2. VT
1) (lit) [+ food] tolerar
2) * (fig) aguantar, soportar

I can't stomach the thought of him cheating on her — no aguanto or soporto la idea de que la esté engañando

it was more than I could stomach — era inaguantable or insoportable

3.
CPD

stomach ache N — dolor m de estómago, dolor m de barriga

stomach cramps NPL — retortijones mpl de barriga

stomach disorder N — trastorno m estomacal

stomach lining N — membrana f que recubre las paredes del estómago

stomach muscle N — músculo m del abdomen

stomach pump N — bomba f gástrica

stomach ulcer N — úlcera f gástrica

stomach upset N — trastorno m estomacal

to have a stomach upset — tener un trastorno estomacal

stomach wall N — pared f del estómago

stomach wound N — herida f estomacal

* * *

I ['stʌmək]
noun
a) (organ) estómago m

I have an upset stomach — ando mal del estómago

on an empty stomach — con el estómago vacío, en ayunas

to have no stomach for something: they had no stomach for an all-out strike no tenían ganas de ir a una huelga general; (before n) stomach pains dolor m de estómago; stomach upset — problema m estomacal, trastorno m gástrico (frml)

b) (belly) barriga f (fam), panza f (fam), guata f (Chi fam)

she lay on her stomach — estaba tendida boca abajo


II
transitive verb (usu neg)
a) \<\<food/drink\>\> tolerar
b) \<\<insults/insolence/person\>\> soportar, aguantar

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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