tummy

tummy
plural - tummies; noun
(a (especially child's) word for stomach: She has a pain in her tummy; (also adjective) a tummy-ache.) barriga
tummy n barriga / tripa
my tummy aches me duele la barriguita
Es una palabra infantil; la palabra más usual es stomach
El plural de tummy se escribe tummies.
tummy
tr['tʌmɪ]
noun (pl tummies)
1 familiar barriga, estómago
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
tummy ache dolor nombre masculino de barriga
tummy ['tʌmi] n, pl -mies belly: panza f , vientre m
tummy*
n.
barriga* s.f.
estómago s.m.
'tʌmi
noun (pl -mies) (used to or by children) barriga f (fam), pancita f (fam), tripita f (fam), guatita f (Chi fam)
['tʌmɪ]
1.
N (=stomach) barriga * f , tripa * f
2.
CPD

tummy ache N — dolor m de barriga *, dolor m de tripa *

tummy bug * N — trastorno m estomacal

tummy button * N — ombligo m

tummy muscles * NPL — abdominales mpl

tummy tuck N — cirugía f plástica anti-michelines *

tummy upset N — trastorno m estomacal

to have a tummy upset — tener el estómago revuelto

* * *
['tʌmi]
noun (pl -mies) (used to or by children) barriga f (fam), pancita f (fam), tripita f (fam), guatita f (Chi fam)

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

Mira otros diccionarios:

  • tummy — (n.) 1867, infantile for STOMACH (Cf. stomach). Tummy ache is attested from 1926 …   Etymology dictionary

  • tummy — [n] stomach abdomen, belly, below the belt*, breadbasket*, gut, insides, paunch, pot*, solar plexus, spare tire*; concepts 393,420 …   New thesaurus

  • tummy — ► NOUN (pl. tummies) informal ▪ a person s stomach or abdomen. ORIGIN a child s pronunciation of STOMACH(Cf. ↑stomach) …   English terms dictionary

  • tummy — [tum′ē] n. pl. tummies [orig. a child s term] Informal the stomach or abdomen …   English World dictionary

  • tummy — noun (informal) 1 part of the body where food is digested ADJECTIVE ▪ empty, full ▪ upset TUMMY + VERB ▪ rumble ▪ ache …   Collocations dictionary

  • tummy — [[t]tʌ̱mi[/t]] tummies 1) N COUNT Your tummy is the part of the front of your body below your waist. Tummy is often used by children or by adults talking to children. Your baby s tummy should feel warm, but not hot. Syn: stomach 2) N COUNT You… …   English dictionary

  • tummy — tum|my [ˈtʌmi] n plural tummies [Date: 1800 1900; Origin: stomach] ↑stomach used especially by or to children ▪ He was up all night with tummy ache . tummy bug/upset BrE (=an illness of the stomach that makes you vomit) …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • tummy — noun (C) a word for stomach, used especially by or to children: Touch your head and pat your tummy. | tummy bug/upset (=an illness of the stomach that makes you feel sick) …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • tummy — UK [ˈtʌmɪ] / US noun [countable] Word forms tummy : singular tummy plural tummies informal your stomach. This word is used mainly by children or when speaking to children …   English dictionary

  • tummy — /tum ee/, n., pl. tummies. Informal. stomach: The baby had a pain in his tummy. [1865 70; nursery alter. of STOMACH] * * * …   Universalium

  • tummy — n. (pl. ies) colloq. the stomach. Phrases and idioms: tummy button the navel. Etymology: childish pronunc. of STOMACH …   Useful english dictionary

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