1. typically a leather strap used to tighten pants
2. to smack or hit someone
3. to have a belt - is to drink a swig of hard alcohol
4. a wide path i.e. bible belt
I will belt you upside your head if you look at my ladies teats one more time!
by Bud E Love May 07, 2003
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to sing loudly
Ethel Merman sang so loudly that all some people heard was the sound of songs being belted out.
by shs99 August 13, 2003
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An alternative name for beer. Could also be used for any type of alcoholic beverage, however is most effectively used to describe a pint/glass/can/bottle of beer.

Most often used as a noun (ex. grab a couple belts, have a belt)
John, I had a tough day at work today, and really want to tie one on. Let's go grab a few belts at the bar on the way home.

After a few belts, Steve was feeling pretty loose and more willing to open up to the hot chick at the end of the bar.

I could really use a belt right now.
by mikealope September 18, 2010
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an object that can be made out of leather, pleather, metal, cloth even paper, that is used to hold pants, shorts or skirts up
1: nice belt
2: thanks its holding my pants up
1: whats it made from???
2: Paper
1: cool
by antianne5454545454 April 18, 2009
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Another word for really short skirts. usually given as a nickname to the person who wears them. generally called amy.
'wow, amy that is so short'
'yea, i know'
'did you even by a skirt? looks like a belt'
'well i dont like the skirts so i just got the belt instead'
by amy, jimmy and grant October 11, 2005
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