Значение идиомы under one’s belt

[under one’s belt] {adv. phr.}, {informal} 1. In your stomach;eaten; or absorbed.

Once he had a good meal under his belt, the manloosened his tie and fell asleep.

Jones is talkative when he has afew drinks under his belt.

2. In your experience, memory orpossession; learned or gotten successfully; gained by effort andskill.

Jim has to get a lot of algebra under his belt before theexamination.

With three straight victories under their belts, theteam went on to win the championship.

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