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  • The meaning of "Clear" in various phrases and sentences

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    2. Ok. So I will give you my examples: My acne never cleared up. Meaning I still have acne. It is still on my face. The sky never cleared up. Meaning the sky is still cloudy/dark/rainy. The roads have not cleared up yet. Meaning there is still a lot of garbage or snow or something there. Ask more if you don't understand. :)

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    2. It usually means "to explain any misunderstandings" "I want to clear up what happened yesterday." "I want to explain any misunderstandings that may have come up yesterday."

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    2. @americanenglish It means "Do we have an understanding?" or "Just so it is understood, ..." But it is a strange phrase because it can be used before a sentence or after. But basically if someone said it before a sentence, it would mean, "Understood what I am going to, or about to, tell you." But used after a sentence would mean something more like the first example I gave, or like "Did you hear me?" or "Just to clarify."

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    2. like Sorry, i'll clean all of this up that's correct?

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    2. Make sure that nobody is in the stairwell. Clear it of people.

  • Example sentences using "Clear"

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    2. “Just so we’re clear” is often used to say “To be clear,” , “Just to make sure”, or “Just to make sure everyone understands.” Just so we’re clear here, we are all going to this restaurant after work. I will not be attending the wedding just so we’re clear.

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    2. It depends on the situation. Below are a few different meanings: 1) to tidy up •You really need to clear up the mess in your room. 2) to explain or clarify something • I hope to be able to clear up the confusion / misunderstanding / misconceptions regarding this matter. 3) to stop raining or being cloudy • If the weather clears up later, we can go to the park.

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    2. This place is too dim, we need some lights. The lines on this map are a bit dim, I can't see them properly. I feel like something touched me, but the feeling was too dim. I'm not really sure. He's pessimistic; he always views everything dim. Dimの意味は「薄暗い」,「微か」, 「悲観的」

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    2. "Could you clear that up for me?" "You need to clear up your point." "Why don't you clear up your thoughts and then come talk to me." Clear up just means to fix.

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    2. With no warning, he quit his job out of the clear blue sky. Out of the clear blue sky means without any warning.

  • Synonyms of "Clear" and their differences

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    2. Definitions: Clear = see through item or something is easy to understand Clean = no messy/dirty items/surfaces Clear: - "This cup is clear" - "The professor's speech was very clear" - "It is crystal clear" Clean: - "Please clean the kitchen bench" - "My hands are clean because I washed them" - "I need to clean my house"

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    2. They have subtile differences. "Clear the table", means to take away plates or papers, while "clean the table" means to wipe it. "Cleaning up" may include both clearing and cleaning in the general sense. ... To 'clean the room' means to vaccum, dust, and wipe the trash and dirt from the room stuff" Clean, as adjective, means: Free from dirt, marks, or stain (the room was spotlessly clean)Morally uncontaminated; pure; innocent (clean living)Free from irregularities; having a smooth edge or surface (a clean fracture of the leg) Clear, as adjective, means: Easy to perceive, understand, or interpret (the voice on the telephone was clear and strong)Free of anything that marks or darkens something (the clear glass of the French windows; the day was fine and clear; I looked into her clear gray eyes)Free of any obstructions or unwanted objects (with a clear road ahead, he shifted into high gear) You could be confused between the first meaning clean and the second meaning of clear. A clean glass is a glass that is not dirty; a clear glass is a glass that doesn't contain any substances that make it opaque. the sky is clear the photo is clear the house is clean the table is clean

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    2. No difference, but unequivocally is an adverb and clear is an adjective. Unequivocal is the same as clear.

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    2. Hmm, they're very in close in meaning. 調べてみます! "Clear" can be specifically used in situations when you want to get rid of "obstructing" objects. I think it's 退ける「どける」. (After an earthquake) "We must clear rocks from the street!" "We must clear a path for the cars!" (At school) "Clear your desks and take out your Math books, students." "Clear your desks, we're about to take a test" "Put away" means to put something aside for later, or because it's obstructing; to clean up (something specific). (To my little brother) "You need to finish your homework! Put the iPad away." "Put your toys away! We're leaving" (Teacher) "Put your phone away before I take it." "Put your books away." (To friend) "maybe we should put the paint away. I don't want your mom getting mad." "Tidy up" just means to clean; to organize something messy. (Teacher to little kids) "let's tidy up the class!" (Mom to me) "tidy up the living room for me, okay?" "Tidy up your book shelf and desk."

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    2. They mean the same thing, it's just if you want to add the "on" at the end or not. =)

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    2. I'm not sure what the phrase is supposed to be because Google Translate isn't always right. But maybe try "You are cool"?

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    2. For "cl" the tip of the tongue is touching the top of the mouth AND the front teeth. For "ear" the tongue moves away from the top of the mouth and front teeth, and ends up low and back, without the tip of the tongue touching anything.

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    2. Everything is good in that no mistakes

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    2. yes both are correct

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