belter

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belter

(ˈbɛltə)
n
1. an event, person, quality, etc, that is admirable, outstanding, or thrilling: a real belter of a match.
2.
a. a rousing or spirited popular song that is sung loudly and enthusiastically
b. a person who sings popular songs in a loud and spirited manner
Translations

belter

[ˈbeltəʳ] N
1. (= singer) she's a belterqué pulmones tiene; (= song) canción cantada a pleno pulmón
2. (= party) → bombazo m

belter

n (inf: = singer) → toller Sänger (inf), → tolle Sängerin (inf); (= song)Hit m; (= party)tolle Fete
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