In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(sin ropa)(persona) nakednunca la había visto desnuda — he had never seen her naked / in the nude
- le gusta nadar desnudo — he likes swimming in the nude
- apareció totalmente desnudo — he appeared stark naked
- sin maquillaje me siento desnuda — I feel naked without makeup / without my makeup on
- desnudo de la cintura para arriba — naked to the waist
- para este invierno estoy desnuda — I haven't a thing to wear this winter
1.2(descubierto)(hombros/brazos) barecon los pies desnudos — barefoot
1.3(literary)(espada) naked literary
2.1(sin adornos, sin aditamentos)una habitación de paredes desnudas — a room with bare walls
- la verdad desnuda — the naked / plain truth
- no perceptible al ojo desnudo — not visible to the naked eye
- esta es la verdad al desnudo — this is the truth plain and simple
- le había mostrado su corazón al desnudo — she had bared her soul to him
- el cable quedó al desnudo — the wire was left bare
1Artnudeun desnudo de mujer — a female nude
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