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clear

adjective
 
/klɪər/
A2 easy to understand
chiaro
clear instructions
A2 easy to hear, read, or see
chiaro, nitido
These photos are very clear.
A2 easy to see through
trasparente
clear glass
B1 obvious and not possible to doubt
chiaro
It was clear that she didn’t like him.
B1 not covered or blocked by anything
sgombro, libero
a clear road a clear sky
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