belt\ out

v slang
To sing with rough rhythm and strength; shout out.

She belted out ballads and hillbilly songs one after another all evening.

Young people enjoy belting out songs.


Словарь американских идиом. — СПб., Изд-во "Лань". . 1997.

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  • belt out — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms belt out : present tense I/you/we/they belt out he/she/it belts out present participle belting out past tense belted out past participle belted out informal to shout or sing something loudly, or to play… …   English dictionary

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  • belt out — PHRASAL VERB If you belt out a song, you sing or play it very loudly. [INFORMAL] [V P n] He held a three hour family Karaoke session in his hotel, belting out Sinatra and Beatles hits. [Also V n P] …   English dictionary

  • belt out — {v.}, {slang} To sing with rough rhythm and strength; shout out. * /She belted out ballads and hillbilly songs one after another all evening./ * /Young people enjoy belting out songs./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • belt out — {v.}, {slang} To sing with rough rhythm and strength; shout out. * /She belted out ballads and hillbilly songs one after another all evening./ * /Young people enjoy belting out songs./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • belt out — verb to sing loudly He belted out Sweet Child of Mine at the karaoke …   Wiktionary

  • belt out something — belt out (something) to sing loudly and with enthusiasm. After five decades, Brother Ray can still belt out a soulful song. Usage notes: sometimes used to describe enthusiastic talk: Keyes has belted out speeches warning about the need to rebuild …   New idioms dictionary

  • belt — /bɛlt / (say belt) noun 1. a band of flexible material, as leather, worn around the waist to support clothing, for decoration, etc. 2. Sport such a band as a token of honour or achievement. 3. Surf Lifesaving a wide canvas belt which is worn by… …   Australian English dictionary

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