English version

bald in Hair & beauty topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbaldbald /bɔːld $ bɒːld/ ●●○ adjective  1 DCBhaving little or no hair on your head a bald man his shiny bald head Dad started going bald when he was in his thirties. He combed his hair and tried to hide his bald patch (=part of someone’s head where there is no hair).2 CSENOUGHnot having enough of what usually covers something The car’s tires are completely bald.3 bald statement/facts/truthbaldness noun [uncountable]
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baldThe tires are bald and the car is in need of repair.The men thus affected have very little hair on the body, and become bald early in life.Chester, the mild and laconic prematurely bald guy.His bald head was shiny; his black shoes were shiny; and his lecture was very shiny indeed.A bald man wanted his portrait enhanced with glistening black hair.He was clean-shaven, wore glasses and had dark hair with a bald spot.going baldI've always thought that much more undignified than going bald.He was going bald at the front, she noticed.He's going bald, Janet.