clean-up noun Meaning in Cambridge Business English Dictionary
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clean-up

noun [C] ( also cleanup)
 
 
ENVIRONMENT an act of removing harmful substances or chemicals from a place or the environment: Over $100 million was allocated for the cleanup of hazardous chemicals and radioactive waste.
WORKPLACE an act of improving a company or system by removing people and stopping activities that are dishonest or causing problems: The cleanup involved foreclosing on thousands of problem loans and selling the properties that secured them.
Translations of “clean-up”
in Chinese (Traditional) (把…)梳洗整齊, 打掃,清理…
in Chinese (Simplified) (把…)梳洗整齐, 打扫,清理…
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