|Origin:||estomac, from Latin stomachus 'throat, stomach', from Greek stomachos, from stoma 'mouth'|
the organ inside your body where food begins to be digested
the front part of your body, below your chest:
He turned round and punched Carlos in the stomach.
to do something when you have not eaten:
You shouldn't take the pills on an empty stomach.
to make you feel sick or upset:
The sight of the slaughtered cow turned my stomach.
to have no desire to do something difficult, upsetting, or frightening
to be able to see or do things that are unpleasant without feeling sick or upset:
Don't go and see this film unless you have a strong stomach.