belch /ˈbɛlʧ/ 不及物動詞
Belch v. t. [imp. & p. p. Belched p. pr. & vb. n. Belching.]
1. To eject or throw up from the stomach with violence; to eruct.
I belched a hurricane of wind. --Swift.
2. To eject violently from within; to cast forth; to emit; to give vent to; to vent.
Within the gates that now
Stood open wide, belching outrageous flame. --Milton.
Belch, v. i.
1. To eject wind from the stomach through the mouth; to eructate.
2. To issue with spasmodic force or noise.
1. The act of belching; also, that which is belched; an eructation.
2. Malt liquor; -- vulgarly so called as causing eructation. [Obs.]
n : a reflex that expels wind noisily from the stomach through
the mouth [syn: belching, burp, burping, eructation]
v 1: expel gas from the stomach; "In China it is polite to burp
at the table" [syn: burp, bubble, eruct]
2: become active and spew forth lava and rocks; "Vesuvius
erupts once in a while" [syn: erupt, extravasate]