beer belly


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beer belly

n.
A protruding abdomen, especially as the result of habitual beer drinking.
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beer belly

n
informal a protruding belly caused by excessive beer drinking. Also called: beer gut
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Translations

beer belly

n (fam) → stomaco da bevitore
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WILL you get out of bed Never mind your aching head, Me mother is here for tea Now it's ten past three I know you and her don't agree You could put your sickly face on While knawing on a scone Me mother shouted up the stairs Just leave him there He's the worst for wear He looks dire what a mess He's like that left over turkey Nowt but a skinful and legless Last neat he danced roond the club floor Ee, I couldn't look any more I divvent see what you admire The only thing swingin Was his beer belly spare tyre He's like the Angel of the North Never puts his hands in his pocket For all its worth He couldn't get any worse Mother stop it Just call a truce While your in me hoose I knew I'd get the blame It's always the same Always the way Every Boxing Day.
He is described as white, aged 35 to 40, 5ft 6ins tall, with a large build and a beer belly.
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What won't get rid of a beer belly is doing hundreds of sit-ups every day.
A man in his 30s, between 5ft 11ins and 6ft tall, of medium build with a beer belly and scruffy brown hair pulled up behind her in a green old style Mercedes.