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bald

adjective /boːld/
(of people) with little or no hair on the head
calvo
a bald head He is going bald (= becoming bald).
(of birds, animals) without feathers, fur etc
pelado
There was a bald patch on the dog’s back.
bare or plain
escueto, sencillo
a bald statement of the facts.
baldness noun
calvicie
Male pattern baldness affects about 25% of men in their 20s.
balding adjective becoming bald
parcialmente calvo, que está quedándose calvo
a balding man in his late fifties.
baldly adverb in a plain or bare way
escuetamente, sencillamente
He answered her questions baldly.
Translations of “bald”
in Korean 대머리의…
in Arabic أَصْلَع…
in French chauve, dépourvu de plumes, de poils…
in Italian calvo, pelato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 禿頭的…
in Russian лысый, голый, неприкрашенный…
in Turkish kel, az saçı olan, çıplak…
in Polish łysy, nagi, bezceremonialny…
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…
(Definition of bald from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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