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abdomen / stomach / belly
abdomen / belly / flank
abdominal muscle
diarrhea / to have the runs
HSK 6
hinterland / interior / outback
abdominal cavity
underbelly / lower abdomen
uproarious / hilarious / to split one's sides laughing / lit. to hold one's belly with both hands
to cut open the abdomen / to disembowel / to speak from the heart
trusted aide / confidant / reliable agent / to confide
Cesarean section
uproarious / hilarious / to split one's sides laughing / lit. to hold one's belly with both hands
filled with / preoccupied with
belly-ache / stomach pain
lower abdomen
an empty stomach
abdominal wall
belly (old)
groin (anatomy)
harakiri (formal Japanese: seppuku), a samurai's suicide by disemboweling
ventriloquism
surrogate pregnancy
lit. belly full of complaints (idiom) / discontent / always moaning and complaining
to give one's bare heart into sb else's keeping (idiom); sb has one's absolute confidence / to trust completely / to confide in sb with entire sincerity
posthumous child
rectus abdominis muscle (front of the belly)
ventriloquism
lit. calamity within one's bosom (idiom); major trouble hidden within
silent curse or disagreement / unspoken criticism
lit. food not filling the stomach (idiom) / fig. poverty-stricken
Cesarean section operation
abdominal cramping
six pack (abdominal muscles)
hara-kiri
lit. honeyed words, a sword in the belly (idiom); fig. hypocritical and murderous
infective diarrhea
to estimate how much food is required for a meal
main vowel in diphthong
ventral fin / pelvic fin
Abdominal Lament / acupuncture point SP 16
to eat one's fill
doubled up with laughter
lit. cutting one's stomach to hide a pearl (idiom) / fig. wasting a lot of effort on trivialities
to gauge the heart of a gentleman with one's own mean measure (idiom)
ascites / ascitic fluid / hydroperitoneum (medicine)
desire for good food
gastropod (class of mollusks including snails)
gastropod (class of mollusks including snails)
full of political wisdom (idiom) / politically astute / with encyclopedic experience of state policy
six-pack (abs)
big-bellied (idiom) / paunchy
acetabulum (part of the pelvis bone)
lit. empty belly / hollow / vacuous / devoid of content
ventriloquist
full of wisdom (idiom); astute and widely experienced
a learned person (idiom)
ambitious despite lack of ambition
corset / girdle
(slang) outwardly kind but inwardly evil / two-faced
Eurasian hinterland (i.e. Central Asia including Xinjiang)
bullfinch (family Fringillidae)
to be on intimate terms with sb (idiom)
athletic supporter
round herring
well-read (idiom)


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