gut

guts

Substantiv
gut
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the part of the alimentary canal between the stomach and the anus
  • "Mark had eaten something that disagreed with him and now he had a pain in his gut"
  • "James ate the same thing and was now puking his guts out."

Synonymer

a strong cord made from the intestines of sheep and used in surgery
  • "Catgut, usually made from sheep intestines, is used to string some musical instruments and tennis rackets, and for surgical ligatures."

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  1. innermost emotional or visceral response
  2. courage; fortitude; nerve; audacity
  • "Marsha knew in her gut that something bad was going to happen in the darkened warehouse that night."
  • "Walking out onto the battlefield took a lot of guts."

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the essential components or inner working parts, such as of a machine; usually used in the plural
  • "Mark stripped the guts out of the car, cleaned them and put them all back together, and then the motor ran efficiently."

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gut

gut

guts

gutted

gutted

gutting

Verb
empty completely; destroy the inside of
  • "The plunderers gutted the castle and took all the contents to sell on the black market."

Synonymer

remove the guts of
  • "James gutted the fish he had caught before taking it home and frying it up for dinner."

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