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nakedadjective [not gradable]

 us   /ˈneɪ·kɪd/
not wearing any clothes
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nakedadjective

uk   /ˈneɪ.kɪd/  us   /ˈneɪ.kɪd/
  • naked adjective (NOT COVERED)

B2 not covered by clothes: a naked man naked bodies stark naked (= completely naked)US informal buck/butt naked (= completely naked) He was naked to the waist (= not wearing clothes above his waist). The children were half naked (= partly naked). They stripped naked (= took off their clothes) and ran into the lake.
Something that is naked does not have its usual covering: a naked flame/light bulb (= one with nothing surrounding or covering it) a naked hillside (= one without trees or plants)

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