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bare
b(ə)r
Main
English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Lacking embellishment or ornamentation.
  2. Lacking in amplitude or quantity.
  3. Completely unclothed.
  4. Having everything extraneous removed including contents.
  5. Providing no shelter or sustenance.
  6. Lacking its natural or customary covering.
  7. Lacking a surface finish such as paint.
  8. Apart from anything else; without additions or modifications.
  9. Not having a protective covering.
  10. Just barely adequate or within a lower limit.
(动) As a verb
  1. Lay bare.
  2. Make public.
  3. Lay bare.
Hyphenationbare
Part of Speech(形) adjective, (及物的动) transitive verb, (动) verb
Matching Results
赤裸裸chìluǒ luǒbare; naked; (fig.) plain; undisguised; unadorned
无遮蔽wú zhēbìunshaded
kòngto empty; vacant; unoccupied; space; leisure; free time
kōngempty; air; sky; in vain
稀少xīshǎosparse; rare
勉强miǎnqiǎngto do with difficulty; to force somebody to do something; reluctant; barely enough
露出lòuchūto expose; to show
暴露bàolùto expose; to reveal; to lay bare
光着guāngzhebare; naked
tǎnto bare
光秃秃guāngtū tūbald; bare
袒露tǎnlùto expose; to bare
裸袒luǒtǎnnaked; bare
裸露luǒlùnaked; bare; uncovered; exposed
赤裸chìluǒnaked; bare
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