nude Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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Meaning of “nude” in the English Dictionary

"nude" in British English

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nudeadjective

uk   /njuːd/  us   /nuːd/
not ​wearing any ​clothes: She ​onceposed nude for a ​magazine. Nude ​sunbathing is only ​allowed on ​certainbeaches.
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being the ​colour of ​skin: nude ​lipstick

nudenoun [C]

uk   /njuːd/  us   /nuːd/
a ​picture or other ​piece of ​artshowing a ​person who is not ​wearing any ​clothes: The ​exhibitionincludes several ​superb nudes.in the nude not ​wearing any ​clothes: The ​toddlers were ​running around the ​garden in the nude.
(Definition of nude from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"nude" in American English

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nudeadjective [not gradable]

 us   /nud/
not ​wearing any ​clothes

nudenoun [C]

 us   /nud/
a ​picture or other ​piece of ​artshowing a ​person who is not ​wearing any ​clothesin the nude If you are in the nude, you are not ​wearing any ​clothes: The first ​Olympians of ​ancient Greece ​competed in the nude.
(Definition of nude from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “nude”
in Korean 나체의…
in Arabic عارٍ…
in Malaysian telanjang…
in French nu…
in Russian обнаженный, нагой…
in Chinese (Traditional) 一絲不掛的, 裸體的, 肉色的…
in Italian nudo…
in Turkish çıplak…
in Polish nagi…
in Spanish desnudo…
in Vietnamese trần…
in Portuguese nu…
in Thai เปลือยกาย…
in German nackt…
in Catalan nu…
in Japanese 裸の…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一丝不挂的, 裸体的, 肉色的…
in Indonesian telanjang…
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