- IPA: /ɡʌts/
- plural form of gut
- The entrails or contents of the abdomen.
- (informal) Courage; determination.
- It must have taken some guts to speak in front of that audience.
- She doesn't take any nonsense from anyone—she's got guts.
- (informal) Content, substance.
- His speech had no guts in it.
- (informal) The essential, core parts.
- He knew all about the guts of the business, how things actually get done.
- (informal) One's innermost feelings.
- If you need someone to spill your guts out to, I'm here.
- French: entrailles, tripes
- German: Eingeweide
- Italian: interiora, viscere, frattaglie, rigaglie, corata, coratella
- Portuguese: tripas, vísceras, entranhas
- Russian: кишки́
- Spanish: tripas, tripa
- French: tripes, cran, guts (plural in France; singular in Québec)
- German: Frechheit
- Italian: fegato, coraggio
- Portuguese: fígado, estômago
- Russian: хра́брость
- Spanish: agallas
- third-person singular form of gut
guts (gutses, present participle gutsing; past and past participle gutsed)
- (informal) To show determination or courage (especially in the combination guts out).
- He gutsed out a 6-1 win.
- plural form of GUT