clean adverb Meaning in Cambridge Business English Dictionary
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clean

adverb
 
 
/kliːn/
come clean to admit the truth about a secret you have been trying to keep: come clean about/on/over sth Corporate managers were criticized for not coming clean sooner about the company's plans to split.
Translations of “clean”
in Chinese (Traditional) 完全,徹底…
in Russian совершенно, прямо…
in Turkish tertemiz, tamamen, temiz bir şekilde…
in Chinese (Simplified) 完全,彻底…
in Polish prosto…
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