noun Date: 1953 a singer with a powerful voice

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  • Belter — ist der Nachname der Person Herbert Belter (1929–1951), Widerstandskämpfer in der DDR und Opfer des Stalismus Nach Herbert Belter ist die Widerstandsgruppe Belter Gruppe benannt. Weiterhin wird Belter zur Bezeichnung eines Musikers verwendet, der …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Belter — * A singer who applies the singing style of belting * Alfred F. Belter: See Seventy third United States Congress * An insulting term closely related to idiot or moron. Often used in phrashes such as : Neck up, ya belter! * A resident of the… …   Wikipedia

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  • Belter — Berufsname zu mnd. belter »Lederarbeiter« …   Wörterbuch der deutschen familiennamen

  • belter — I Scottish Vernacular Dictionary Something that is very good.....or someone who is not all there.. eg her tits are belters or look of the state of that belter hes pished himself. II Mawdesley Glossary a large specimen of its kind. III Glesga… …   English dialects glossary

  • belter — n something wonderful, excellent or excit ing. An expression of enthusiasm, heard predominantly in the north of England, which can be applied equally to a girl friend, a car, party, etc. This noun derives from the colloquial senses of the verb to …   Contemporary slang

  • belter — noun a) Anything that is particularly good of its class b) A very good looking person …   Wiktionary

  • belter — n. person who is regarded as outstanding; something considered remarkable or excellent; loud singer; popular loud song …   English contemporary dictionary

  • belter — noun informal 1》 an outstanding example of something. 2》 a loud, forceful singer or song …   English new terms dictionary

  • belter — Noun. An excellent thing or event. Orig. Northern dialect …   English slang and colloquialisms

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