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Synonyms for belt

Synonyms for belt

an act of drinking or the amount swallowed

to encircle with or as if with a band

to take into the mouth and swallow (a liquid)

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endless loop of flexible material between two rotating shafts or pulleys

an elongated region where a specific condition or characteristic is found

a vigorous blow

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a path or strip (as cut by one course of mowing)

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ammunition (usually of small caliber) loaded in flexible linked strips for use in a machine gun

the act of hitting vigorously

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sing loudly and forcefully

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deliver a blow to

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fasten with a belt

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There are blue homogenous solid surface plastic belts and those that contain reinforcing fibers.
Economic turmoil is among major factors restraining demand for conveyor belts.
The problem with this method is that a roller on the edge of the belt is not always effective because belts prefer to pull not push, so the rollers are actually working against the belt.
Hybrid III Sternal Deflection Associated with Thoracic Injury Severities of Occupants Restrained with Force-Limiting Shoulder Belts," SAE Technical Paper 910812, 1991, doi:10.
The Silk Road economic belt can be fully compatible with the Customs Union, Eurasian Economic Community and other regional and integration mechanisms, Economy Minister of Kyrgyzstan Temir Sariyev said at the opening of the International Economic Forum in Cholpon-Ata on August 18, reports Tazabek.
com for further details * Boyish figure This body shape needs extra help to create curves, so belts work extremely well in achieving this.
However, it is perhaps in the area of maintenance where synchronous belts offer the most pronounced benefits.
It seems counterintuitive, but a belt that is under-tensioned can actually elongate in use, which leads to many belts in good condition being discarded, due to a conveyor's limited tensioning capacity.
The AA Seat Belt Report shows seat belts more than halve the risk of death in a collision.
Reviewing belt geometry and material, the population of belt designs used shows a significant variety especially when non-OEM replacement belts are included.
This definition also describes chain, rope and V-belts, but we'll stick to the flat belts used to power many farm machines, such as threshers, balers, hammer mills, husker-shredders and silo fillers.
After inspecting the scraper bar, move over to the belt guide.
The geochemical database was also used to screen volcano-sedimentary belts (Labbe et al.
Now, instead of separate belts for each component, most cars today use a single wider, multigrooved "serpentine" belt, named for the way it snakes around multiple pulleys.