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below the belt not fair.
black belt the highest rank among practitioners of martial arts such as judo or karate. [3 definitions]
conveyor belt a mechanical moving strap that carries things from one place to another.
fan belt in an automobile engine, a rubber belt stretched firmly around the crankshaft, which transfers torque to another shaft located on the cooling fan.
garter belt a beltlike undergarment of cloth or elastic with four garters sewn to it, used by some women for holding up stockings.
life belt a life preserver that fastens around a person's waist like a belt.
safety belt a harness that fits across the lap and often the chest of a person riding in a car or airplane; seat belt. Safety belts are worn for protection. [2 definitions]
Sam Browne belt a waist belt with a diagonal strap over the right shoulder, worn as part of a military or police uniform, esp. as support for a pistol.
sanitary belt a narrow belt made from elastic which is used to hold a sanitary napkin in place.
seat belt a strap or belt that holds a person in the seat of a car, airplane, or other vehicle. Seat belts protect people against a sudden stop or crash.
Sunbelt (informal; sometimes l.c.) the region that includes the southern and southwestern U.S. states.
suspender belt (chiefly British) a beltlike undergarment of cloth or elastic with four garters sewn to it, used by some women for holding up stockings; garter belt.
under one's belt made part of one's permanent knowledge or experience; mastered; completed.
Van Allen belt either of two belts that encircle the earth within its magnetic field, in which electrically charged particles, captured from the solar wind, are trapped. [2 definitions]