Translation of all-clear in Spanish:


Pronunciation: /ˈɔːlˈklɪr; ˌɔːlˈklɪə(r)/


  • to sound the all-clear tocar* la sirena (que indica el final del bombardeo) to give sb/sth the all-clear dar* luz verde a algn/algo once the project has the all-clear una vez (que) se haya dado luz verde al proyecto
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    • By the time the all-clear signal was given, the building had been entirely evacuated.
    • His premises were promptly inspected and given the all-clear, but he has asked for a further inspection today as an extra precaution.
    • However, victory celebrations were renewed when the player returned to the clubhouse after being given the all-clear by doctors.

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