bare

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Homophones[change]

Adjective[change]

Positive
bare

Comparative
barer

Superlative
barest

This child has bare feet. They are not covered.
  1. If something is bare, it is just enough to get by.
    He survived with just the bare necessities.
  2. Being bare is being without cover; being naked; without decoration.
    I didn't expect to see his bare backside.


Verb[change]

Plain form
bare

Third-person singular
bares

Past tense
bared

Past participle
bared

Present participle
baring

  1. (transitive) To bare is to uncover or show.
    • Antonym: none

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