English to German Meaning :: bald

Bald :
kahl, kahlköpfig, glatzköpfig, haarlos, unbehaart, knapp - kahlkahlbaldedbalderbaldestBaldieskahl werdendunverblümtKahlheitBaldsGlatzkopf
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Verb(1) grow bald; lose hair on one's head
Adjective(1) with no effort to conceal(2) lacking hair on all or most of the scalp(3) without the natural or usual covering

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(1) What do you think if you did the same thing, resulting in chronic underfunding of your tyre budget, driving around with bald tyres?(2) Even his own Labour Muslim colleagues were angry with his bald statement, for which he later apologised in his local newspaper.(3) That penchant for dressing bald rats in sequins and leather is a different story altogether.(4) They noted that the mutant mice groomed themselves excessively-to the extent of creating bald spots and skin wounds.(5) Obesity may be seen as bald patches in certain areas where the feather tracts have separated because of large deposits of fat under the skin.(6) Two more involved low-income, illegal car/van pools running both at high speeds and on completely bald tires!(7) The car's tyres were bald ; a fork was in the ignition; there were beer bottles all over the car and the road; and all three were aged about 18.(8) She pointed to a grim looking giant bald monkey tied to a stall with a bright red glowing collar around its neck.(9) Then, we went by K-mart and bought a few plants for the bald part of the backyard.(10) He said one wheel was loose, two tires were bald , and only one of the truck's six air brakes was working properly.(11) Outside my door was a green leafed bush, which apparently had not gone bald in the wintertime.(12) Her head was not completely smooth like a bald human, but had three ridges, one in the middle and one on each side of that.(13) When performing this act of charity he notices that one of the other tyres is partially bald , and therefore illegal.(14) At the source, a spring tumbled out of the bald hillside into a willow-shaded pool the size of a large table.(15) When the rubber on the blocks wears out, they need to be replaced, just like bald tires.(16) In all that I've read and heard, the response - such as it is - to this question has been bald and simple.
Related Words
(1) bald eagle ::
(2) go bald ::
eine Glatze bekommen
(3) bald patch ::
Kahle Stelle
(4) bald spot ::
kahle Stelle
(5) bald-headed ::
(6) bald-head ::
(7) bald as a coot ::
Glatze als Blässhuhn
(8) bald ibis ::
bald ibis
(9) bald-pated ::
glatz pated
4. plain ::
5. barefaced ::
6. bald-headed ::
Different Forms
bald, balded, balder, baldest, baldies, balding, baldly, baldness, balds, baldy
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

Bald cunt.

Bald cunt.

Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 1

GOMEZ: You wanted her
to bang a football player,
you big, bald pervert?

GOMEZ: You wanted her to bang a football player, you big, BALD pervert?

Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 3

\"Thank you, Penny Blossoms.

"Thank you, Penny Blossoms. These'll be perfect to cover my BALD spots."

The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 18

Her dad\

Her dad's a wrinkly BALD man.

The Big Bang Theory Season 11, Episode 16

Bald cocksuckers like you.

Bald cocksuckers like you.

Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 1

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