Meaning of belt hole in English:

belt hole

noun

  • 1(In a mill, factory, etc.) a hole cut through a floor or wall for a belt connecting machines on different storeys or in different rooms (now historical and rare).

  • 2Each of a series of holes along the strap of a belt for the tongue of the buckle.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in The Mechanics' Magazine.