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see one's way clear to do (or doing) something

Definition of see one's way clear to do or doing something in English:

Find that it is possible or convenient to do something (often used in polite requests): I wonder if sometime you could see your way clear to signing this?
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  • It was very useful when I had to call the council recently and ask that, seeing as I was paying them council tax to collect my rubbish and all, could they see their way clear to actually doing so?
  • I'm sure it is possible for the Minister to see her way clear to bring this hundred or so people into Australia and give them a chance in Australia of building a new life.
  • I would, however, be grateful if in view of everything I have written you would now see your way clear to modifying your present logo.
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