stomachnoun

  • ja胃、腹
  • enthe organ inside the body where food goes when you eat it, or the general area in front of your body below the chest

Examples

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Punch me really hard in the stomach.
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Oh, okay.
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I think you broke my rib.
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We can watch the football game.
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I even painted my stomach.
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Where are the meatballs?
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Right about here being dissolved by my stomach acid.
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Start rolling your stomach.
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- I think — - Like this?

Other meanings for stomach...

stomachverb

  • ja消化する
  • ento accept, eat, or experience something without becoming sick or upset
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The brutal physical hazing is just the beginning.
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The humiliation and mental abuse viewers witness is just as tough to stomach.
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Fish isn’t the only thing The King couldn’t stomach.
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He also didn’t like ketchup.
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Delicious and refreshing, but if you don’t eat fish,
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you may not be able to stomach it.
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Now, this is really crazy, but Guinness beer actually uses fish bladder in their brewing process.
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It's not a good gumbo.
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Like, I don't think the chef knows how to make it right.
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I can't stomach it, I can't finish it.
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Unlike most ‘Breaking Bad’ enemies,
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Lydia was nervous, overly cautious, and couldn’t stomach violence.
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But am I going to be able to stomach these little critters
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or will they leave me running away in search of my beloved Pad Thai?