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GermanEdit

 
ein Gurt im Auto — a belt in a car
 
Männer mit Munitionsgurtenmen with ammunition belts

EtymologyEdit

From Middle High German gurt, a backformation from the verb gürten (to gird) and the noun gürtel (belt). See modern German gürten and Gürtel for more.

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NounEdit

Gurt m (genitive Gurts or Gurtes, plural Gurte)

  1. strap; belt (tough band, used for purposes other than being worn around the waist)

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Further readingEdit

  • Gurt in Duden online