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bare-bones

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Definition of bare-bones in English:

adjective

Reduced to or comprising only the basic or essential elements of something: a bare-bones version of the story
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  • The bare-bones Blu-ray release gives me no reason to recommend an upgrade.
  • The School Department's budget is not even close to bare-bones.
  • There are no bonus features or alternate language tracks to clutter up this bare-bones disc.

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