Translation for 'bald' from English to Russian
ADJ   bald | balder | baldest
NOUN   a bald | balds
VERB   to bald | balded | balded
balding | balds
SYNO bald | bald-headed | bald-pated | ...
лысый {adj}bald
плешивый {adj} [не имеющий волос на голове]bald [person]
Карл {м} II Лысый [король Западно-Франкского королевства ]
Charles the Bald [Charles II, king of the West Franks]
лысый ибис {м} [Geronticus calvus]
southern bald ibis
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Usage Examples English
  • The guidelines for the conservation and reintroduction of the northern bald ibis were established in 2003 at an International Advisory Group for Northern Bald Ibis (IAGNBI) conference in Innsbruck at the Alpenzoo, which maintains the European studbook for the northern bald ibis.
  • American Eagle Foundation's bald eagle grant program, founded in 2012, awards approximately $100,000 in funding annually for bald eagle research.
  • Osprey ("Pandion haliaetus") and bald eagle ("Haliaeetus leucocephalus") fish in Olympic rivers, nesting in large old trees.
  • Many birds flock to stands of bald cypress, including great blue herons, owls, warblers, and pileated woodpeckers. Birdwatchers can also see hummingbirds and bald eagles at Trap Pond in season.
  • A man with a full head of hair is obviously not bald.

  • The AFK has lobbied for a specific federal koala protection act, akin to the United States’ Bald Eagle Endangered Species Act, which has protected its fauna emblem, the bald eagle, since 1973.
  • Bob Stratton Bald, often referred to as Stratton Bald, is a grassy bald in the Unicoi Mountains located in the Joyce Kilmer-Slickrock Wilderness in the Nantahala National Forest.
  • He is best known for his books on the bald eagle, the Eagle Nature Foundation, and his work in rebuilding the bald eagle population to remove it from the threatened species lists.
  • Bald eagles were once numerous on California's Channel Islands.
  • A widely respected expert on the bald eagle, Turner published a children’s book, “The Magnificent Bald Eagle: Our National Bird,” in 1971.

  • 1986: VWS began a bald eagle restoration project to reintroduce bald eagles after an absence of 60 years from the region.
  • The area provides habitat for raptor species such as the bald eagle. In 1989, bald eagles successfully nested in New Hampshire on Umbagog Lake for the first time since 1949.
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