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clarity

noun [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
Translations of “clarity”
in Spanish claridad, limpidez…
in French limpidité, clarté…
in German die Reinheit, die Klarheit…
in Chinese (Traditional) 清晰易懂, 清楚明瞭…
in Russian ясность, четкость…
in Turkish duruluk, açıklık, belirginlik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 清晰易懂, 清楚明了…
in Polish jasność…
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