Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Stomach"

The meaning of "Stomach" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does my stomach rolled over mean?
A: "my stomach rolled over" is usually an expression for saying you were "nervous, scared, uneasy, unsure" and other words like that!

It's a feeling you get in your stomach! 😊
Q: What does your stomach fill with butterflies mean?
A: to have butterflies in your stomach, butterflies fill one's stomach = to be so nervous or anxious that your stomach starts to hurt
Q: What does tough to stomach mean?
A: This is a great expression. Have you ever eaten something that upsets your stomach? You feel like you’re going to vomit but you don’t.

So when an unpleasant situation occurs, people use this expression to mean that it was too much - too gross - too violent - too unbelievable for them and that they had a physical reaction.

For example:
Seeing him lying in a pool of blood was too much to stomach. I had nightmares for weeks.
Q: What does I lay on my stomach mean?
A: Your stomach is touching the ground/bed/couch you’re resting on.



Q: What does stomach listening
mean?
A: It's an exaggerated expression, as in if she heard anymore, she might throw up.

Basically, it means she could not handle listening to any more of what he had to say.

Example sentences using "Stomach"

Q: Please show me example sentences with stomach as a verb, like can't stand.
A: I honestly can’t stomach her attitude.
Q: Please show me example sentences with sit heavy in one’s stomach .
A: It's usually heavy puddings (desserts) that sit heavy in one's stomach. British cooking still includes some old-fashioned puddings that are nice to eat but are very rich, fattening and indulgent. Christmas pudding, jam roly-poly, apple crumble and custard are examples.
Q: Please show me example sentences with upset stomach.
A: I have an upset stomach.
The spicy food gave me an upset stomach.
I got an upset stomach after eating a lot of spicy foods.
Q: Please show me example sentences with stomach (as a verb).
A: "I can't stomach watching horror movies."
Q: Please show me example sentences with stomach (as a verb).
A: I couldn't stomach that basashi

I can't stomach this presidential debate shit any more

Synonyms of "Stomach" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Stomach ache and Upset stomach ?
A: they mean the same thing. "stomach ache" is the more general term for it, but "upset stomach" is a more medical term for it
Q: What is the difference between stomach and belly ?
A: stomach is the organ in your digestive system;belly is referred to the abdomen area
Q: What is the difference between I've got a stomach ache. and I have a stomach ache. ?
A: They mean the same thing. You can say it the second way. When speaking, it might be easier to say "I've got" because of the sounds of the words.
Q: What is the difference between I have a weak stomach. and I have a nervous stomach. ?
A: I haven't heard nervous stomach before.. Weak stomach is when you have digestion problems, food poisoning when you eat raw food, or diahorrea quite often.
Q: What is the difference between stomach and tummy ?
A: Stomachache, Beer belly, Tummy tuck,
Stomachは、胃の意味もあるのでお腹という意味で一般的によく使われます。tummyもよく使われますが、元々子供のための言葉(車をブーブーと言うようなニュアンス)なので、多くは悪い意味で使わないです。Bellyもお腹ですが、stomach/tummyほど頻繁には使わない感じです。

Translations of "Stomach"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 내 배(stomach)에서 엄청난 물소리가 들린다.
A: My stomach sounds like it is really full of water.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? stomach ache
A: Stomach ache.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? stomach ache
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? stomach ache
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how do you say that your stomach full of air?
A: You could say "How do you say that your stomach is full of air?"
You should add an 'is' after stomach. :)

In answer to your question, you could say that you are bloated.

Other questions about "Stomach"

Q: A : I'm have a stomach.
B : why don't you eat medicine and rest. does this sound natural?
A: 한국어는 "먹어" is used generally, but 영어는 say "have some medicine" or "take some medicine"
Q: I have stomach ache. does this sound natural?
A: I have a stomach ache
Q: "I can't go to work on/with a empty stomach."
Which is "on" or "with" correct?
A: They are both perfectly OK.
Q: He lay on the stomach on the bed, resting his head on his folded hands on the pillow. does this sound natural?
A: Lay on his stomachに変えると自然になります。そして、layは正しいですが、lieの過去形をlaidとして使うことが多いです。実際には、laidは他動詞のlay (lay an eggなど)の過去形だけど、日常の会話で正しい形のlayを使ったら少し変と思われる可能性が高いと思います。
Q: How can I sleeping on an empty stomach every night :( only have McD's in Canada...Miss that fabulous late-night market in Beijing... does this sound natural?
A: "how can I sleep"

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