adj.赤裸的, 空的, 仅有的
The strongest man (that) you can think of cannot tear the log apart with bare hands.
A coat of primer should be made over the bare surface before the main painting.
The fierce sun parched the bare earth.
Vulture is a large bird usually with a head and neck almost bare of feathers.
The soil was washed away by the flood, exposing bare rock.
The trees are bare in the winter.
Just give us the bare facts of the case.
The dog bared its teeth.
lacking in amplitude or quantity
not having a protective covering
lacking its natural or customary covering
just barely adequate or within a lower limit
apart from anything else; without additions or modifications
lacking a surface finish such as paint
providing no shelter or sustenance
having everything extraneous removed including contents
lacking embellishment or ornamentation
The child was bare to the waist.
4. 无陈设的; 无装饰的
6. 勉强的; 仅仅的
All they had were the bare necessities of life.
The little room was almost bare of furniture.
1. 使赤裸; 露出
Their backs were bared.
2. 揭露; 透露