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English definition of “clear”

clear

adjective [-er/-est only] (SEEING THROUGH)   /klɪər/
easy to see through; not cloudy or foggy : clear water a clear day fig. I have clear memories of (= I can remember well) visiting my grandfather’s farm when I was a child . If a person’s skin is clear, it has no marks or spots on it: a clear complexion
(Definition of clear adjective (SEEING THROUGH) from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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