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Spanish translation of “naked”

naked

adjective /ˈneikid/
without clothes
desnudo
a naked child.
openly seen, not hidden
al descubierto
the naked truth.
(of a flame etc) uncovered or unprotected
descubierto
Naked flames are a fire hazard.
nakedly adverb
al descubierto
nakedness noun
desnudez, evidencia
She was wearing a towel to cover her nakedness.
the naked eye noun the eye unaided by any artificial means such as a telescope, microscope etc
a simple vista
Germs are too small to be seen with the naked eye.
(Definition of naked from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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