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Turkish translation of “bare”

bare

adjective
 
 
/beər/
NO CLOTHES B2 not covered by clothes
çıplak
a bare chest She ran out into the road in her bare feet.Not wearing or removing clothes
NOT COVERED B2 not covered by anything
açık, çorak, sade
bare floorboardsCovering and adding layers
EMPTY empty
boş
a bare room The cupboard was bare.Lacking thingsScarce, inadequate and not enoughEssential or necessary
BASIC including only the smallest amount that you need of something
gereksinim duyulan şeyin çok azı
The report just gave us the barest facts about the accident. Tony's salary only covers the bare essentials for the family. → See also with your bare handsMaximum and minimum
(Definition of bare adjective from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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