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clean US English

Free from dirt, marks, or stains

clean US Thesaurus

keep the wound clean

neat as a pin US English

Extremely neat or clean

clean up US English

Make things or an area clean or neat

clean-cut US English

Sharply outlined

clean-out US English

An instance of thoroughly cleaning the inside of something

dry-clean US English

Clean (a garment) with an organic solvent, without using water

Mr. Clean US English

A man, especially a public figure, who has an impeccable image, record, or reputation. Sometimes used with Miss, Mrs., or Ms. when referring to a woman

clean-cut US Thesaurus

a clean-cut young man from Portland

clean house US English

Do housework

come clean US English

Be completely honest; keep nothing hidden

clean room US English

An environment free from dust and other contaminants, used chiefly for the manufacture of electronic components

clean slate US English

An absence of existing restraints or commitments

clean-limbed US English

(Especially of the human figure) slim; well formed and shapely

clean-living US English

Not indulging in anything unhealthy or immoral

clean-shaven US English

(Of a man) without a beard or mustache

squeaky clean US English

Completely clean

a clean sweep US English

The removal of all unwanted people or things in order to start afresh

clean and jerk US English

A two-movement weightlifting exercise in which a weight is raised above the head following an initial lift to shoulder level

clean one's plate US English

Eat up all the food put on one’s plate

have clean hands US English

Be uninvolved and blameless with regard to an immoral act

clean someone out US English

Use up or take all someone’s money

clean something up US English

Restore order or morality to

clean up one's act US English

Behave in a more acceptable manner

make a clean break US English

Remove oneself completely and finally from a situation or relationship

clean someone's clock US English

Give someone a beating

pick something clean US English

Completely remove the flesh from a bone or carcass

clean as a whistle US English

Extremely clean or clear

keep one's hands clean US English

Not involve oneself in an immoral act

keep one's nose clean US English

Stay out of trouble

wipe the slate clean US English

Forgive or forget past faults or offenses; make a fresh start

a clean bill of health US English

A declaration or confirmation that someone is healthy or that something is in good condition

a new broom sweeps clean US English

People newly appointed to positions of responsibility tend to be eager to make big or far-reaching changes

clean up in clean US English

Make things or an area clean or neat

make a clean job of something US English

Do something thoroughly

come clean in clean US English

Be completely honest; keep nothing hidden

make a clean breast of something US English

Confess fully one’s mistakes or wrongdoings

clean house in clean US English

Do housework

cleanup US English

An act of making a place clean or tidy

clean something up in clean US English

Restore order or morality to

make a clean break in break US English

Remove oneself completely and finally from a situation or relationship

clean someone's clock in clean US English

Give someone a beating

clean one's plate in clean US English

Eat up all the food put on one’s plate

clean someone out in clean US English

Use up or take all someone’s money

pick something clean in pick1 US English

Completely remove the flesh from a bone or carcass

cleanskin US English

A person who does not have an existing criminal record or who has not attracted the attention of police or security forces


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