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bare·foot

 (bâr′fo͝ot′) also bare·foot·ed (-fo͝ot′ĭd)
adv. & adj.
With nothing on the feet: walking barefoot in the grass; a barefoot boy.

barefoot

(ˈbɛəˌfʊt) or

barefooted

adj, adv
with the feet uncovered

bare•foot

(bɛərˌfʊt)

also bare′foot`ed,



adj., adv.
with the feet bare: a barefoot boy; to walk barefoot.
[before 1000]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.barefoot - without shoesbarefoot - without shoes; "the barefoot boy"; "shoeless Joe Jackson"
unshoed, unshod - not shod
Adv.1.barefoot - without shoes onbarefoot - without shoes on; "he chased her barefoot across the meadow"
Translations
حافي القَدَمَيـْنحافي القَدَميْن
bosýnaboso
barfodetmed bare fødder
paljain jaloinpaljasjalkainen
bosbosih nogu
mezítláb
裸足で裸足の
맨발로맨발의
bosbosih nog
barfota
เท้าเปล่า
chân trầnđi chân không

barefoot

[ˈbɛəˈfʊt] barefooted [ˈbɛəˈfʊtɪd]
A. ADJdescalzo
B. ADVdescalzo

barefoot

[ˈbɛərfʊt]
adj
to be barefoot → être pieds nus
advnu-pieds, (les) pieds nus
The children go around barefoot → Les enfants se promènent nu-pieds.

barefoot

[ˈbɛəˌfʊt] barefooted [ˌbɛəˈfʊtɪd] adj & advscalzo/a, a piedi nudi

bare

(beə) adjective
1. uncovered or naked. bare skin; bare floors.
2. empty. bare shelves.
3. of trees etc, without leaves.
4. worn thin. The carpet is a bit bare.
5. basic; essential. the bare necessities of life.
verb
to uncover. The dog bared its teeth in anger.
ˈbarely adverb
scarcely or only just. We have barely enough food.
ˈbareness noun
ˈbareback adverb, adjective
without a saddle. I enjoy riding bareback.
ˈbarefaced adjective
openly impudent. a barefaced lie.
ˈbarefoot(ed) adjective, adverb
not wearing shoes or socks etc. The children go barefoot on the beach.
ˌbareˈheaded adjective, adverb
not wearing a hat etc.

barefoot

حافي القَدَمَيـْن bosý, naboso barfodet, med bare fødder barfuß, barfüßig ξυπόλητος, ξυπόλυτος descalzo paljain jaloin, paljasjalkainen nu-pieds, pieds nus bos, bosih nogu a piedi nudi, scalzo 裸足で, 裸足の 맨발로, 맨발의 blootsvoets, op blote voeten barbeint boso, bosy descalço босиком, босой barfota เท้าเปล่า çıplak ayak, çıplak ayakla chân trần, đi chân không 赤着脚, 赤脚的

barefoot

a. descalzo-a, sin zapatos.

barefoot

adj descalzo
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