Bedeutung von “clear” — Learner’s Dictionary

clear

verb us uk /klɪər/
We've finally cleared all the rubbish from the garden.We arranged for a company to come and clear my aunt's house after she died.They're still clearing all the debris from the area where the bomb exploded.She had two hours to clear her desk before she was escorted from the building.Police cleared people from the immediate area following the bomb warning.
EMPTY [ T ]

B1 to remove all the objects or people from a place:

to clear a room/shelf
Police cleared the building because of a bomb threat.
WEATHER [ I ]

If the sky or weather clears, the clouds and rain disappear.

NOT GUILTY [ T ]

to prove that someone is not guilty of something that they were accused of:

The jury cleared / him of murder.
MONEY [ I ]

If a cheque (= printed paper used to pay for things) clears, the money goes from one person's bank account to another person's bank account.

GO OVER [ T ]

to jump over something without touching it:

The horse easily cleared the fence.
GIVE PERMISSION [ T ]

to give or get permission to do something:

The plane is cleared for take-off.
You have to clear it with the headteacher if you want a day off school.
→ See also clear the air

(Definition von “clear verb” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)