not wearing any clothes
got undressed and got into the bath.
un‧dressed /ˌʌnˈdrest◂/ BrE AmE adjective
[Word Family: noun: ↑dress, ↑dresser, ↑dressing; adjective: ↑dressed ≠ ↑undressed, ↑dressy; verb: ↑dress ≠ ↑undress]
1. [not before noun] not wearing any clothes:
He started to get undressed (=to take his clothes off).
2. an undressed wound has not been covered to protect it
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▪ naked not wearing any clothes or not covered by clothes - used especially when this seems rather shocking: a naked man | He got out of bed naked, and answered the telephone. | his naked chest
▪ have nothing on/not have anything on to not be wearing any clothes. This phrase is very commonly used in everyday English instead of saying that someone is naked: Can you wait a minute? I've got nothing on! | The little boy didn’t have anything on when he answered the door!
▪ bare used about feet, legs, arms etc that are not covered by clothes: The sand was too hot to walk on in bare feet.
▪ nude naked – used especially when talking about naked people in paintings, films etc: a nude portrait of his wife
▪ undressed [not before noun] not wearing any clothes, especially because you have just taken them off in order to go to bed, have a bath etc: Sara was undressed and ready for bed but Jenny was fully clothed. | Wearily she got undressed and stepped into the shower.
▪ topless if a woman is topless, she is not wearing any clothes on the upper part of her body, so that her breasts are not covered: a topless waitress
▪ in the nude not wearing any clothes: Men and women swam together in the nude and thought nothing of it.
▪ in your birthday suit informal humorous not wearing any clothes: He likes to sleep in his birthday suit. He says pyjamas are uncomfortable.
▪ go commando informal humorous to not wear any underwear: In summertime, he likes to go commando.
▪ in the buff informal not wearing any clothes - a very informal use: a beach where you can sunbathe in the buff
un·dressed [undressed] [ʌnˈdrest] [ʌnˈdrest] adjective not usually before noun
not wearing any clothes
• She began to get undressed (= remove her clothes).
• He was half undressed when he answered the door.
• He was half undressed when the doorbell rang.
• She felt undressed without her hat.
• He said he felt undressed without a hat.
• She began to get undressed.
Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary - 4th Edition
undressed / -ˈdrest / adjective [ usually after verb ]
You two kids get undressed, and I'll run the bath.
If you are undressed, you are wearing no clothes or your night clothes. If you get undressed, you take off your clothes.
Fifteen minutes later he was undressed and in bed...
He got undressed in the bathroom.
un·dressed /ˌʌnˈdrɛst/ adj
1 not used before a noun : wearing no clothing : not dressed
• I was undressed when the fire alarm went off.
• She got undressed [=took off her clothes] and went to bed.
2 : not cared for or covered
• an undressed wound
3 technical : not finished : not prepared for use
• undressed hides/stones