- adj. 裸的，裸体的；无装饰的；与生俱有的
- n. 裸体；裸体画
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- nude: see naked
- nude (adj.)
- 1530s, a legal term, "unsupported, not formally attested," from Latin nudus "naked, bare, unclothed, stripped" (see naked). General sense of "mere, plain, simple" attested from 1550s. In reference to the human body, meaning "unclothed," it is an artistic euphemism for naked, dating from 1610s (implied in nudity) but not in common use in this sense until mid-19c.
- nude (n.)
- "nude figure in visual art," 1708, from French nud, obsolete variant of nu "naked, nude, bare," from Latin nudus (see nude (adj.)).
- 1. She turned down £1.2 million to pose nude in Playboy.
- 2. Would you turn down $7,000,000 to appear nude in a magazine?
- 3. Nude bathing is not allowed.
- 4. In the reproduced bronze she is completely nude.
- 5. He asked me to pose nude for him.
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