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Bare

Lots of.Many.E.g 'there is bare people in this room'

Country Code:GB
Submitted January 6th, 2006 by: Phoenix419

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Lived in the U.S. all my life. I've never heard this, once. At least used in the context that is described. Comment by: Clayton    Rated:1/5
Nottingham slang. Only reason I know this is I have a friend from nottingham. Extremly common there, but used amongst less educated circles. Comment by: Oli   
Never ever heard this, ever, British born and bred, lived in the north and south. Comment by: Charlotte    Rated:1/5
I hear it all the time but only young people really say this, like my parents wouldn't know what it means. I hear it all the time. "Bare homework", "bare jokes", etc etc Comment by: Sarah    Rated:5/5
I can confirm it\'s definitely slang used in Nottingham by teens especially Comment by: Notts   
This is commonly used in London by young people under c.25 years old. Bare = lots or many. Comment by: Jen    Rated:5/5
I hear this in toronto a lot, mostly with black people, it was taken from the brits for sure. Comment by: Nad   

 
 

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