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claritynoun [U]

uk   /ˈklær.ɪ.ti/  us   /ˈkler.ɪ.t̬i/

clarity noun [U] (EASY TO UNDERSTAND)

C2 the quality of being clear and easy to understand: There has been a call for greater clarity in this area of the law.

clarity noun [U] (EASY TO HEAR/SEE)

the quality of being easy to see or hear: She was phoning from Australia, but I was amazed at the clarity of her voice.

clarity noun [U] (THINKING CLEARLY)

the ability to think clearly and not be confused: He has shown great clarity of mind. mental clarity
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