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klɪə Listen
  • easy to perceive, understand, or interpret.
    E.g. clear and precise directions
  • (of a substance) transparent; unclouded.
    E.g. the clear glass of the French windows
  • free of any obstructions or unwanted objects.
    E.g. with a clear road ahead he shifted into high gear
  • not touching; away from.
    E.g. the lorry was wedged in the ditch, one wheel clear of the ground
  • complete; full.
    E.g. you must give seven clear days' notice of the meeting
  • denoting a palatalized form of the sound of the letter l (as in leaf in most accents of English).
  • so as to be out of the way of or away from.
    E.g. he leapt clear of the car
  • completely.
    E.g. he had time to get clear away
  • remove an obstruction or unwanted item or items from.
    E.g. the drive had been cleared of snow
  • remove (an obstruction or unwanted item) from somewhere.
    E.g. Karen cleared the dirty plates
  • get past or over (something) safely or without touching it.
    E.g. the plane rose high enough to clear the trees
  • officially show or declare (someone) to be innocent.
    E.g. his sport's ruling body had cleared him of cheating
  • give official approval or authorization to.
    E.g. I cleared him to return to his squadron
  • earn or gain (an amount of money) as a net profit.
    E.g. I would hope to clear £50,000 profit from each match

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