(n.) = belt ; belt ; girdle ; obi. Nota: Prenda generalmente usada con los kimonos japoneses. Ex: The only modification made was the replacement of the light-weight belt or roller on the machine wire with the dandy roll, first used in 1825. Ex: While Singapore enterprises are active in China's thriving eastern and coastal belt, the western region remains almost virgin territory to them. Ex: Elizabethan men would sometimes wear girdles, the equivalent of the female corset, to obtain the wasp-waisted look!. Ex: Although there is some indication that the manner of wearing an obi indicated social rank, this had little to do karate and more with social traditions. ---- * abrochar el cinturón de seguridad = fasten + seat belt. * abrocharse el cinturón = buckle up. * ajustarse el cinturón = tighten + Posesivo + belt ; gird (up) + Posesivo + loins. * ajuste del cinturón = belt-tightening. * apretarse el cinturón = tighten + Posesivo + belt ; gird (up) + Posesivo + loins. * Cinturón del Sol, el = Sun Belt, the. * cinturón de seguridad = seat belt ; safety belt. * llevar puesto el cinturón de seguridad = wear + a seat belt. * ponerse el cinturón = buckle up.