English version

belted

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes
beltedbelt‧ed /ˈbeltɪd/ adjective  DCCfastened with a belt a belted jacket
Examples from the Corpus
beltedI was belted and sent to my room for two days.His belted black robe was appliquéd with glaring white death's heads.Flattering belted jackets are in fashion.How can a belted knight speak for us?I see Ted Maitland going to football matches in his grubby belted raincoat and having grubby affairs with his students.Customers were given long, belted robes to wear on their way to the baths.A formidable figure she was too, in her belted smock and green breeches.The look extends to outer-wear where easy, belted styles in camel or charcoal are the perfect winter coat.
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