English version

leave little/nothing to the imagination

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishleave little/nothing to the imaginationleave little/nothing to the imaginationa) if someone’s clothes leave little or nothing to the imagination, the clothes are very thin or are worn in a way that shows the person’s body Her black satin dress left nothing to the imagination. b) if something sexual or violent is described in a way that leaves nothing to the imagination, it is described in too much detail imagination
Examples from the Corpus
leave little/nothing to the imaginationHis creation left nothing to the imagination.Plastics - that here leave little to the imagination - were widely used in fashion.
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