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Belt may refer to:
- Belt (clothing), a band worn around the waist
- Championship belt, a type of trophy used primarily in combat sports
- Colored belts, such as a black belt, worn by martial arts practitioners to signify rank in the kyū ranking system
Mechanical and vehicular
- Belt (mechanical), a looped strip of material used to link multiple rotating shafts
- Conveyor belt, a device for transporting goods along a fixed track
- Belt manlift, a device for moving people between floors in a building or grain elevator.
- Seat belt, a safety device in automobiles
- Timing belt, part of an internal combustion engine
- Serpentine belt, move accessories of a combustion engine.
- Belt track, a type of track used on Caterpillar-style vehicles
- Belt armor, a layer of heavy metal armor plated onto or within the outer hulls of warships
- Belt (firearm), a type of ammunition used in light machine guns, like the M240 and Mk 48.
- Steel Belt, a type of machinery part and conveyor's Steel Belt
- Belt, North Holland
- Belt, Montana, United States
- Belt Parkway, a series of highways around New York City, United States
- The Belts, two straits of the Danish archipelago
- Any of several informally defined regions of the United States, such as the Bible Belt or the Rust Belt
- Belts, Yiddish name of Bălți, Moldova
- Asteroid belt, a region of the solar system between Mars and Jupiter
- Gould Belt, a partial ring of stars representing the local spiral arm to which the Sun belongs
- Kuiper belt, a region of the solar system beyond the orbit of Neptune
- Orion's Belt
- Belt (music), a singing technique
- The Belt, a 1989 erotic drama film
- Judas belt, a firework
- Photon belt, a New Age belief
- Belt problem, a mathematics problem
- Belt Supergroup, a group of Mesoproterozoic sedimentary rocks
- Thomas Belt (1832–1878), English geologist and naturalist
- Brandon Belt, professional baseball player
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