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Translation of "bald" - English-Spanish dictionary

bald

adjective /boːld/
(of people) with little or no hair on the head calvo a bald head He is going bald (= becoming bald).
(of birds, animals) without feathers, fur etc pelado There was a bald patch on the dog’s back.
bare or plain escueto, sencillo a bald statement of the facts.
baldness noun
calvicie Male pattern baldness affects about 25% of men in their 20s.
balding adjective
becoming bald parcialmente calvo, que está quedándose calvo a balding man in his late fifties.
baldly adverb
in a plain or bare way escuetamente, sencillamente He answered her questions baldly.
(Definition of bald from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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