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bald

adjective (NO HAIR) 禿頭的     /bɔːld/ US  /bɑːld/
with little or no hair on the head 禿頭的 At twenty he was already going bald. 他20歲就開始禿頭了。 Hair
as bald as a coot UK ( US as bald as a cue ball) humorous
completely bald 全禿的 When he took off his hat, we saw that he was as bald as a coot! 他脫帽後,我們發現他的頭全禿了! Hair
baldness     /ˈbɔːld.nəs/ US  /ˈbɑːld-/ noun [U]
He suffered from premature baldness, losing his hair in his twenties. 他患有早禿,20多歲就開始掉髮了。 The baldness of her question shocked him. 她的問題如此地直截了當,令他震驚。 Blunt and direct in speech and behaviourNot saying muchNot being friendly
(Definition of bald adjective (NO HAIR) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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