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Translation of "bare" - English-Spanish dictionary

bare

adjective   /beər/
not covered by clothes desnudo bare legs
not covered by anything desnudo The walls were bare.
verb   /beər/
to take away the thing that is covering something so that it can be seen desnudar He bared his chest. The dog bared its teeth.
(Definition of bare from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

bare

adjective /beə/
uncovered or naked desnudo, descubierto bare skin bare floors.
empty vacío bare shelves.
of trees etc, without leaves desnudo, pelado bare branches.
worn thin desgastado, usado The carpet is a bit bare in parts.
basic; essential básico, esencial People are struggling to afford the bare necessities of life.
barely adverb
scarcely or only just apenas We have barely enough food.
bareness noun
desnudez the bareness of the winter landscape.
bareback adverb, adjective
without a saddle a pelo I enjoy riding bareback a bareback rider.
barefaced adjective
openly impudent descarado a barefaced lie.
barefoot /ˈbeəˌfut/ /ˈbeəˌfutid/ adjective, adverb ( barefooted)
not wearing shoes or socks etc descalzo The children were playing barefoot on the beach.
bareheaded adjective, adverb
not wearing a hat etc con la cabeza descubierta, sin sombrero Women are forbidden to go bareheaded in public.
(Definition of bare from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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