English version

break wind

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbreak windbreak windHBHto allow gas to escape from your bottom, making a noise and an unpleasant smell break
Examples from the Corpus
break windLifting up one of his legs he broke wind loudly, causing Sarah to purse her lips.The boy might break wind or say a naughty word and forfeit the protection of that great white spirit.
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