belt down

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Verb1.belt down - drink down entirelybelt down - drink down entirely; "He downed three martinis before dinner"; "She killed a bottle of brandy that night"; "They popped a few beer after work"
drink, imbibe - take in liquids; "The patient must drink several liters each day"; "The children like to drink soda"

w>belt down

vt sep (inf: = drink quickly) → hinunterschütten, hinunterkippen (inf)
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Gently press the fan belt down and rub a bar of soap on the belt," said the video.
Gardeners are optimists - we have to be (writes he, as the rain continues to belt down outside
If the sun's going to belt down like this and the wicket eases more and more, I think we'll have to look at batting out as much time as possible and trying to get as much ahead in the game as possible," said Ashwin, who helped wrap up Australia's innings of 333 with three for 81.
She has a loom beaded drop hanging from her belt down below her knee.
Clarke's in with a great shout and if it really does blow hard and belt down, his chances will be even better.
The other difference between a naval officer and the army officer is how the sword is carried, the army officer carry their sword on the belt down the left side held by their left hand; the naval officer drag their sword on their left side.
However, I have a feeling - as do the majority of people in the game - that the Londoner will edge a points victory before taking the belt down south and (fingers crossed) defending it against rival George Groves in 2011.
In the second half as the rain began to belt down at the Stadium of Light, Heskey was left wishing the clouds would swallow him up as he missed an open goal from four yards out.
And Manchester-based Hatton has urged boxing fans to help police track the belt down.