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Spanish translation of “bare”

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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