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nude

(no͞od, nyo͞od)
adj. nud·er, nud·est
1. Having no clothing; naked.
2. Permitting or featuring full exposure of the body: a nude beach.
3. Having or being one of a variety of colors, such as pinkish beige, tan, or brown, that are similar to a skin tone. Used of clothing and makeup with respect to the skin tone of the wearer.
n.
1. An unclothed human figure, especially an artistic representation.
2. The condition of being unclothed.

[Latin nūdus; see nogw- in the Appendix of Indo-European roots.]

nude′ly adv.
nu′di·ty (no͞o′dĭ-tē, nyo͞o′-), nude′ness n.

nudity

(ˈnjuːdɪtɪ)
n, pl -ties
1. the state or fact of being nude; nakedness
2. (Art Terms) rare a nude figure, esp in art
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.nudity - the state of being without clothing or covering of any kindnudity - the state of being without clothing or covering of any kind
condition, status - a state at a particular time; "a condition (or state) of disrepair"; "the current status of the arms negotiations"
nude - without clothing (especially in the phrase `in the nude'); "they swam in the nude"
altogether, birthday suit, raw - informal terms for nakedness; "in the raw"; "in the altogether"; "in his birthday suit"
undress - partial or complete nakedness; "a state of undress"
bareness - the state of being unclothed and exposed (especially of a part of the body)

nudity

noun nakedness, undress, nudism, bareness, deshabille I object to the constant nudity and bad language on TV.
Related words
like nudomania, gymnomania
fear gymnophobia

nudity

noun
The state of being without clothes:
Translations
عُرْي، حالَة العُرْي
nuesa
nahota
nøgenhed
desnudeza
alastiolek
alastomuus
नंगापन
mezítelenségmeztelenségpőreségpucérságruhátlanság
nekt
裸体像
벌거숭이
nuditas
nuogumas
nagość
nuditate
çıplaklık

nudity

[ˈnjuːdɪtɪ] Ndesnudez f

nudity

[ˈnjuːdɪti] nnudité f

nudity

nNacktheit f; there’s a lot of nudity in this filmin diesem Film gibt es viele Nacktszenen

nudity

[ˈnjuːdɪtɪ] nnudità

nude

(njuːd) adjective
without clothes; naked.
noun
a photograph, picture etc of an unclothed human figure.
ˈnudism noun
the practice of not wearing clothes usually because it is thought to be healthy.
ˈnudist noun
ˈnudity noun
the state of not wearing clothes.
in the nude
without clothes.

nudity

n. desnudez.
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