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nude

adjective uk   /njuːd/  us   /nuːd/
not wearing any clothes: She once posed nude for a magazine. Nude sunbathing is only allowed on certain beaches.
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being the colour of skin: nude lipstick

nude

noun [C] uk   /njuːd/  us   /nuːd/
a picture or other piece of art showing a person who is not wearing any clothes: The exhibition includes several superb nudes.in the nude not wearing any clothes: The children were running around the garden in the nude.
Translations of “nude”
in Arabic عارٍ…
in Korean 나체의…
in Malaysian telanjang…
in French nu…
in Turkish çıplak…
in Italian nudo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 一絲不掛的, 裸體的, 肉色的…
in Russian обнаженный, нагой…
in Polish nagi…
in Vietnamese trần…
in Spanish desnudo…
in Portuguese nu…
in Thai เปลือยกาย…
in German nackt…
in Catalan nu…
in Japanese 裸の…
in Indonesian telanjang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一丝不挂的, 裸体的, 肉色的…
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