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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.

nude

(njuːd)
adj
1. completely unclothed; undressed
2. having no covering; bare; exposed
3. (Law) law
a. lacking some essential legal requirement, esp supporting evidence
b. (of a contract, agreement, etc) made without consideration and void unless under seal
n
4. the state of being naked (esp in the phrase in the nude)
5. (Art Terms) a naked figure, esp in painting, sculpture, etc
[C16: from Latin nūdus]
ˈnudely adv
ˈnudeness n

nude

(nud, nyud)

adj. nud•er, nud•est,
n. adj.
1. naked or unclothed, as a person or the body.
2. without the usual coverings, furnishings, etc.; bare.
3. (of a photograph, painting, statue, etc.) representing the nude human figure.
4. lacking some legal essential: a nude contract.
5. of the color nude.
n.
6. a sculpture, painting, etc., of a nude human figure.
7. an unclothed human figure.
8. the condition of being unclothed: to sleep in the nude.
9. a light grayish yellow brown to brownish pink color.
[1525–35; < Latin nūdus; see naked]
nude′ly, adv.
nu′di•ty, nude′ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.nude - a painting of a naked human figurenude - a painting of a naked human figure  
painting, picture - graphic art consisting of an artistic composition made by applying paints to a surface; "a small painting by Picasso"; "he bought the painting as an investment"; "his pictures hang in the Louvre"
2.nude - without clothing (especially in the phrase `in the nude'); "they swam in the nude"
nakedness, nudeness, nudity - the state of being without clothing or covering of any kind
3.nude - a naked personnude - a naked person      
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
streaker - someone who takes off all their clothes and runs naked through a public place
4.nude - a statue of a naked human figure
statue - a sculpture representing a human or animal
Adj.1.nude - completely unclothednude - completely unclothed; "bare bodies"; "naked from the waist up"; "a nude model"
unclothed - not wearing clothing

nude

adjective naked, stripped, exposed, bare, uncovered, undressed, stark-naked, in the raw (informal), disrobed, starkers (informal), unclothed, in the buff (informal), au naturel (French), in the altogether (informal), buck naked (slang), unclad, undraped, in your birthday suit (informal), scuddy (slang), without a stitch on (informal), in the bare scud (slang), naked as the day you were born (informal) The album contained a dozen or so photographs of nude girls. We are not allowed to perform nude on stage.
covered, dressed, clothed, attired

nude

adjective
1. Not wearing any clothes:
Chiefly British: starkers.
Idioms: in one's birthday suit, in the altogether, naked as a jaybird, stark naked, without a stitch.
2. Without the usual covering:
Translations
صورَة إنسان عارٍصُورَةٌ عَارِيَةٌعارٍ، بِدون ثِيابعِرْيَانٌ
гол
nu
nahýakt
nøgennøgen-nøgenbillede
alastipaljas
برهنه
alastonalastonkuvaihonvärinenpaljas
aktgolnag
akt
telanjang
nakinnnektarmynd
裸の裸体
나체나체의
nudus
nudistasnudizmasnuogasnuogybė
aktskails
nud
aktnahý
golnag
gonag
nakennaken-
เปลือยกายภาพเปลือย
çıplakçıplak vücut resmi/heykeliçıplaklık
голий
khỏa thântranh khỏa thân

nude

[njuːd]
A. ADJdesnudo
to sunbathe nudetomar el sol desnudo
B. N
1. (Art) → desnudo m
a nude by Goyaun desnudo de Goya
2. (= person) → hombre m desnudo, mujer f desnuda
3. (= state) in the nudedesnudo/a
C. CPD nude scene N (Cine) → desnudo m, escena f de desnudo
nude study Ndesnudo m

nude

[ˈnjuːd]
adj [person] → nu(e)
adv
to sunbathe nude → faire du bronzage intégral
n
(ART)nu m
in the nude → nu(e), tout(e) nu(e)
to sleep in the nude → dormir nu(e), dormir tout(e) nu(e)

nude

adjnackt; (Art) → Akt-; nude photographAktfoto nt; nude study (Art) → Akt m, → Aktstudie f; nude figure/portraitAkt m; nude scene (Film) → Nacktszene f
n (= person)Nackte(r) mf; (Art) (= painting, sculpture etc)Akt m; (= model)Aktmodell nt; to paint from the nudeeinen Akt malen; in the nudenackt

nude

[njuːd]
1. adjnudo/a
2. n (Art) → nudo
in the nude → nudo/a, tutto/a nudo/a

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.

nude

صُورَةٌ عَارِيَةٌ, عِرْيَانٌ akt, nahý nøgen-, nøgenbillede Akt, nackt γυμνό, γυμνός desnudo alaston, alastonkuva nu akt, nag nudo 裸の, 裸体 나체, 나체의 naakt, naaktbeeld naken, nakenstudie akt, nagi nu обнаженная фигура, обнаженный naken, naken- เปลือยกาย, ภาพเปลือย çıplak khỏa thân, tranh khỏa thân 裸体, 裸体的

nude

a. desnudo-a, pop. en cuero, en cuero vivo.
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In the town were some substantial windowless houses of stone scattered among a wilderness of thatched cabins; the streets were mere crooked alleys, and un- paved; troops of dogs and nude children played in the sun and made life and noise; hogs roamed and rooted contentedly about, and one of them lay in a reeking wallow in the middle of the main thoroughfare and suckled her family.
The two thieves were dressed in the fanciful court costumes of the middle of the sixteenth century, while the Saviour was nude, with the exception of a cloth around the loins.
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Since we are talking about errors," said the king's procurator, "I have just been studying the figures on the portal below before ascending hither; is your reverence quite sure that the opening of the work of physics is there portrayed on the side towards the Hôtel-Dieu, and that among the seven nude figures which stand at the feet of Notre-Dame, that which has wings on his heels is Mercurius?
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