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clear British & World English

Easy to perceive, understand, or interpret

clear English Thesaurus

the book gives clear instructions for carrying out various DIY tasks

clear of in clear British & World English

Not touching; away from

blow away the cobwebs British & World English

Banish a state of lethargy; refresh oneself

all-clear British & World English

A signal that danger or difficulty is over

clear up British & World English

(Of an illness or other medical condition) become cured

clear-up British & World English

A removal and tidying away of rubbish or obstructions

clear-cut British & World English

Sharply defined; easy to perceive or understand

clear-out British & World English

A removal and disposal of unwanted items or material

clear-cut English Thesaurus

we now had a clear-cut objective

clear-out New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(hyphen, two words as verb)

clear-eyed British & World English

Having unclouded, bright eyes

clear-headed British & World English

Alert and thinking logically and coherently

clear-sighted British & World English

Thinking clearly and sensibly

crystal clear British & World English

Completely transparent and unclouded

clear as day British & World English

Very easy to see or understand

clear as mud British & World English

Not at all easy to understand

in the clear British & World English

No longer in danger or under suspicion

clear-thinking British & World English

Able to think clearly

clear the air British & World English

Make the air less humid

clear the way British & World English

Remove an obstacle or hindrance to allow progress

steer clear of British & World English

Take care to avoid or keep away from

clear up in clear something up British & World English

Tidy something up by removing rubbish or other unwanted items

clear as a bell British & World English

Perfectly clear (or sound)

clear the decks British & World English

Prepare for an event or course of action by dealing with anything that might hinder progress

clear one's lines British & World English

Make a kick sending the ball well upfield from near one’s own goal line

clear the table British & World English

Remove dishes and cutlery from a table after a meal

clear one's throat British & World English

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

clear something up British & World English

Tidy something up by removing rubbish or other unwanted items

clear the name of British & World English

Show to be innocent

clear something out British & World English

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

the coast is clear British & World English

There is no danger of being observed or caught

out of a clear sky British & World English

As a complete surprise

run British & World English

An opportunity or attempt to achieve something

clear up in clear British & World English

(Of an illness or other medical condition) become cured


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