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belch out

To expel, often violently. You can't see far into the distance with all of the smoke being belched out by the factories along the river.
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belch up

To expel in an upward direction. You can't see far into the distance with all of the smoke being belched up from the factories along the river.
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belch out

to burst, billow, or gush out. Smoke belched out of the chimney.
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belch something up

to cause the release of something that goes upward. The fire belched flames and smoke up. The volcano belched up clouds of poison gasses.
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belch

(bɛltʃ)
n. beer, especially bad beer. Pass the belch. Anything’s good on a hot day.
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Attitude toward the ad" can be defined as the set of thoughts and feelings consumers have about an ad (Kirmani & Campbell, 2009); however, some researchers define it as consumer's affective responses (such as likable-dislikable, favorable-unfavorable, and interesting-uninteresting) to the ad itself (Lutz, MacKenzie, & Belch, 1983; MacKenzie, Lutz, & Belch, 1986) during a particular exposure time (MacKenzie & Lutz, 1989).
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Young English duo James Ruth and Danny Belch finished two off the pace and then came the leading Welshman Rhys Enoch, a highly-promising West-country-based teenager.
In her best works, factories and cranes appear to belch out whole landscapes of water and mountains and sky, suggesting a kind of wry romanticism in which industry might give birth to a landscape (although not the one you expect) instead of destroying it--a counterintuitive irony that sidesteps the usual polemic.
This laugh-out-loud book opens with two teenagers, Meg Finn and Belch Brennan, breaking into a pensioner's home.
Some people deliberately swallow more air to make themselves belch.
Berenson (Institute for Myeloma & Bone Cancer Institute), Hussein (Moffitt Cancer Center), Boccia (The Center for Cancer & Blood Disorders), Belch (Cross Cancer Institute) and colleagues and the data was presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Hematology (ASH).
There are 17 delared runners and it looks a competitive race, but there could be some good value with Toby Belch because, while he remains a promising sort for a test of stamina, he lacks the more glaring virtues of those who have been in action recently, while he has been on the sidelines.
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Joe was also recently named and shamed in the parish magazine as one of a group of unruly youths who belch - the Rev.
The Warwickshire-based actress stuffed a pair of balls down her pants during rehearsals for sex gender-changing comedy Twelfth Night to help her get under the skin of booze-loving Sir Toby Belch.
In their first attempt to join the Tour, Danny Belch from Hillside and Dale Marmion of Delamere Forest emerged triumphant at stage one of the Tour school at St Annes.