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Definición de “bare” en inglés

bare

adjective uk   /beər/ us    /ber/

bare adjective (NO CLOTHES)

B2 without any clothes or not covered by anything: Don't walk around outside in your bare feet. There's no carpet in the room, just bare floorboards.
See also
Not wearing or removing clothes

bare adjective (BASIC)

C2 only the most basic or important: I just packed the bare essentials (= the most basic and necessary things). There isn't much time, so I'll just give you the bare facts/details.Crude and basic the bare minimum the least possible amount: She eats only the bare minimum to stay alive.Maximum and minimum

bare adjective (EMPTY)

C2 literary If a cupboard or room is bare, there is nothing in it.Empty

bare

verb [T] uk   /beər/ us    /ber/
to take away the thing that is covering something so that it can be seen: The men bared their heads (= took their hats off as a sign of respect) as they entered the church. He became nervous when the dog growled and bared its teeth at him (= showed its teeth to him).Not wearing or removing clothes
(Definition of bare from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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