Translation of bald in Spanish:


calvo, adj.

Pronunciation /bɔld/ /bɔːld/

adjective balder, baldest

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    • 1.1

      (man) calvo
      (man) pelón
      (man) pelado Southern Cone
      (animal) pelado
      (animal) sin pelo
      he's bald es calvo (or pelón etc.)
      • to go bald quedarse calvo (or pelón etc.)
      • he's gone bald está / se ha quedado calvo (or pelón etc.)
      • his bald head shone in the sunlight la calva le brillaba al sol
      • A pampered pet Shih Tzu dog was left bald after a Hong Kong salon accidentally shaved him when he was taken in for a grooming, a news report said yesterday.
      • The small bald creature leapt gracefully onto the table and outstretched its whip-like tail and its long paper-thin ears.
      • Atman gave the bald creature a studying gaze, and connected another blow, directly on its chin.
      • She pointed to a grim looking giant bald monkey tied to a stall with a bright red glowing collar around its neck.
      • The bald cat padded its way across the cobblestoned path, and up to the castle gates.
      • That penchant for dressing bald rats in sequins and leather is a different story altogether.
      • It was like some sort of ghastly empowerment group, of thousands, except it was being chaired by a bald ape who ran hither and yon.
      • Stretch was a bald chicken that Moose had plucked all the feathers off.
      • In the north we then saw full-up jumping goats, brick buck, bald buck, camel horses and also more cats.
      • A bald chimp links a girl standing on a trolley with a baby perched on a miniature wagon.
      • Sometimes birds will get feather mites and all their feathers will get eaten away by the mites and the birds are bald until they grow in new ones.
      • There is excitement in the birding world after a bald parrot was reported in the remote Brazilian Mato Grosso region.
      • She opened the cabinet and found the bald chicken!
      • Raja was just 3-weeks-old, bald with no feathers, when he brought him home.
      • Some monkeys had bald patches caused by over-grooming, a compulsive behaviour caused by stress.
      • I noticed that some of the ducks have a bald patch at the back of their heads and that other ducks often attack them here with their beaks.
      • This bird has a bald, red face that only a mother could love, but it boasts an incredible nine-foot wingspan and a majesty in flight that rivals any raptor.
      • A cat with little bald patches is unattractive. And I do so like my cat to be cute.
      • 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.
      • They noted that the mutant mice groomed themselves excessively-to the extent of creating bald spots and skin wounds.
      • Those stem cells could be grown up and used to get hair growing again on bald scalps.
      • I really care about my hair, I do my best in order not to go bald.
      • You don't have to go bald, but expect your wallet to get slimmer instead.
      • Martino's head was starting to go bald and he had a round belly.
      • Dark hair sprung from his once bald scalp and the wrinkles on his face smoothed out.
      • She looks like a disgruntled old man, her ears red, her scalp bald and splotchy.
      • The man is completely bald, lacking even eyebrows.
      • It was the bald guy, his scalp shining under the café's lights.
      • A small, just-noticeable tingle started on the top of his bald scalp.
      • This form is most common in children and involves red, itchy patches on the scalp, often leaving bald patches.
      • Ted sighed and ran a hand over his head again, rubbing his bald scalp.
      • In addition to a bald spot, the scalp usually has an abnormal appearance.
      • A person becomes bald if the scalp follicles die and no longer produce new hair.
      • Gadi had all his hair cut off, his head shaven bald.
      • He stares out at us from photographs and self-portraits, bald, bearded and utterly lacking in flamboyance.
      • Magnor Tanek was old, with fluffy white hair and a bald spot.
      • ‘Please, sit down you two,’ the gray hair, nearly bald doctor beckoned us to the seats.
      • The man, with slightly gray hair, bald on the top of the head, and steely gray eyes, was wearing an expensive suit.
      • Unkempt braids of jet-black hair ran down either side of his head, the better part of which had been shaven bald.
      • 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.

    • 1.2(worn)

      (carpet/lawn) pelado
      (carpet/lawn) con calvas
      (tire) gastado
      (tire) liso
      • The beautiful hills that used to be covered with bushes and trees are now bald.
      • Fork over bald areas, add some compost and then sow seed or patch with a piece of turf and water in well.
      • Work is being done on the pathways round the lakes in order to keep anglers to the paths and hopefully seed the bald areas.
      • She looks upon an open space of withered grass and tired, bald turf.
      • Its bald expanse colonized by a single stubby tree, the narrow courtyard has the bleak and slightly disturbing aura of a de Chirico painting.
      • Then, we went by K-mart and bought a few plants for the bald part of the backyard.
      • Take a look at your lawn and write about the patchy areas of crabgrass and bald spots found.
      • As this correspondent observed last week, the forests have re-grown and the erstwhile bald hills are now covered in luxurious foliage and flora.
      • Outside my door was a green leafed bush, which apparently had not gone bald in the wintertime.
      • As readers will discover, this rare plant species of federal concern grows in bald cypress-tupelo gum swamp forests in the coastal plain.
      • They launched into a discussion about my personal life while I sat and picked the ground bald of grass.
      • At the source, a spring tumbled out of the bald hillside into a willow-shaded pool the size of a large table.
      • Where seedlings had lined out the field only two days before there were bald seed beds splashed with puddles of goose droppings.
      • Police in North Yorkshire yesterday launched a major clampdown on motorist who drive on worn and bald tyres in an attempt to save lives.
      • 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.
      • What do you think if you did the same thing, resulting in chronic underfunding of your tyre budget, driving around with bald tyres?
      • Atkinson's car was found to have three bald tyres - on one of them the steel cord was showing - and the front brakes on one side were seized up.
      • It was an accident that could have happened anywhere and he did not believe that any bald tyres recovered from the crash scene could have come from the bus.
      • Some 24 vehicles were found to have bald tyres while 12 had defective lights.
      • O'Toole quipped the policy was like a car with four bald tyres and, when you opened the boot, the spare was flat.
      • Some buses examined by inspectors in the last year have been found to have defective steering, faulty brakes or even bald tyres.
      • When performing this act of charity he notices that one of the other tyres is partially bald, and therefore illegal.
      • Public transport running on bald tyres on bad roads and with bad brakes is ‘an accident’ waiting to happen.
      • You could even report your neighbour's bald tyres, unlicensed bulls or smoking in the house - which is a workplace when they have the cleaner or the gas-man in.
      • Two more involved low-income, illegal car/van pools running both at high speeds and on completely bald tires!
      • He said one wheel was loose, two tires were bald, and only one of the truck's six air brakes was working properly.
      • When the rubber on the blocks wears out, they need to be replaced, just like bald tires.
      • You can drive a pile of rust here, with bald tires, garbage bags for windows and no lights, and no one will say ‘Boo’ about it.
      • He glared at me and started writing another ticket for having bald tires!
      • The first thing we noticed were the tyres, which were almost bald.
      • The officers found nothing wrong until they found one of the tyres was a space-saver and was bald.
      • Tires have built-in wear indicators that appear as a bald strip when there is 1.6 millimeters of tread remaining.
      • They headed for Prague, but got stopped on the Czech border because the tyres on their vans were bald.

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    he made a bald statement of fact no hizo más que constatar un hecho
    • he told me the bald truth me dijo la verdad pura y simple