- 1belt somebody/something (informal) to hit someone or something hard He belted the ball right out of the park. I'll belt you if you do that again.
- 2 [transitive] belt something (+ adv.) (informal) to drink very fast He belted down three shots of whiskey.
- 3[transitive] belt something to fasten a belt around something The dress was belted at the waist. Phrasal Verbsbelt somethingout
NAmE//bɛlt//Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they belt
he / she / it belts
past simple belted
-ing form belting