Belt out – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

To belt out something (or belt something out) is to sing or play a musical instrument very loudly

Informal English.

Examples of use:

1. Wow! That singer is really belting it out!

2. His CD player was belting out his favourite music.

3. The football fans belted out their national anthem.

infinitive belt out
present simple belt out and belts out
-ing form belting out
past simple belted out
past participle belted out

Can you use this expression in a sentence?

Do you belt it out when you sing along with your favourite band?

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