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bald

adjective  /bɔld/ us  

bald adjective (WITHOUT HAIR)

[-er/-est only] without hair on the head, or without much hair

bald adjective (PLAIN)

basic and with no unnecessary words; not detailed: She just left a bald statement of resignation without any explanation.
Translations of “bald”
in Korean 대머리의…
in Arabic أَصْلَع…
in French chauve, dépourvu de plumes, de poils…
in Turkish kel, az saçı olan, çıplak…
in Italian calvo, pelato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 禿頭的…
in Russian лысый, голый, неприкрашенный…
in Polish łysy, nagi, bezceremonialny…
in Spanish calvo, pelado, escueto…
in Portuguese calvo, careca…
in German kahl, unverblümt…
in Catalan calb…
in Japanese 髪のない, 髪の薄い…
in Chinese (Simplified) 秃头的…
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