tummy / ˈtʌm i /


tummy 的定义

n. 名词 noun

plural tum·mies.Informal.

  1. stomach: The baby had a pain in his tummy.

tummy 近义词

n. 名词 noun



  1. Tell your parents you’ve got a tummy ache, and they’ll write you a note.
  2. Sometimes restaurant veggies are cooked with heavy sauces and spices that could upset a baby’s tummy.
  3. Maybe it just tastes good, or in some cases, it helps them vomit if their tummy is upset.
  4. The goal came off his tummy inside the Portuguese box, an apt way to score for a very gutsy player.
  5. While slips can hide VPL and your backside on a windy day, Spanx can help hide a lot more, like cellulite or a protruding tummy.
  6. It was scheduled for last year but the Queen had to cancel with an upset tummy which saw her hospitalized.
  7. “I made a promise to my children when they were in my tummy that there is no way I could ever, ever, ever go back,” she had said.
  8. I pooed on my skirt at work today Today was an 'upset tummy' day.
  9. Happy's liable to go to bed with an empty tummy, if yuh don't ride out and warn him to approach easy.
  10. I came in plastered from head to foot with lying in the rain on my tummy and peering over the top of a trench.
  11. I had to lie on my tummy in the mud, my nose just showing above the parapet, for the best part of twenty-four hours.
  12. "Come f-f-f-f-from the e-e-e-earth getting a t-t-t-t-tummy ache," sagely announced Ding-dong Bell.
  13. You wont have any room in your tummy for your picnic, and Huldah has packed an awful big one.