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clear US English

Easy to perceive, understand, or interpret

clear US Thesaurus

clear instructions

clear of in clear US English

Not touching; away from

blow away the cobwebs US English

Banish a state of sluggishness; enliven or refresh oneself

all-clear US English

A signal that danger or difficulty is over

in clear US English

Not encrypted; not in code

clear off US English

Go away

clear out US English

Leave quickly

clear up US English

(Of an illness or other medical condition) become cured

clear-cut US English

Sharply defined; easy to perceive or understand

clear-cut US Thesaurus

a clear-cut objective

clear-out New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(hyphen, two words as verb)

clear-eyed US English

Having unclouded, bright eyes

clear-sighted US English

Thinking clearly and sensibly; perspicacious and discerning

crystal clear US English

Completely transparent and unclouded

clear as day US English

Very easy to see or understand

in the clear US English

No longer in danger or suspected of something

clear-thinking US English

Able to think clearly; discerning

clear the air US English

Make the air less sultry

clear the way US English

Remove an obstacle or hindrance to allow progress

steer clear of US English

Take care to avoid or keep away from

clear up in clear something up US English

Tidy something up by removing trash or other unwanted items

clear as a bell US English

Perfectly clear or sound

clear the decks US English

Prepare for a particular event or goal by dealing with anything beforehand that might hinder progress

clear one's throat US English

Cough slightly so as to speak more clearly, attract attention, or to express hesitancy before saying something awkward

clear something up US English

Tidy something up by removing trash or other unwanted items

as clear as mud US English

Not at all easy to understand

clear the name of US English

Show to be innocent

clear something out US English

Remove the contents from something so as to tidy it or free it for alternative use

the coast is clear US English

There is no danger of being observed or caught

out of a clear blue sky US English

As a complete surprise

run US English

An opportunity or attempt to achieve something

in clear in clear US English

Not encrypted; not in code

clear out in clear US English

Leave quickly

clear up in clear US English

(Of an illness or other medical condition) become cured

see one's way clear to do something US English

Find that it is possible or convenient to do something (often used in polite requests)

clear something up in clear US English

Remove trash or other unwanted items to leave something tidy

crystal clear in crystal US English

Completely transparent and unclouded


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