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Translation of "clear" - English-Spanish dictionary

clear

adjective /kliə/
easy to see through; transparent transparente clear glass. free from mist or cloud despejado Isn’t the sky clear! easy to see, hear or understand claro, nítido a clear explanation The details on that photograph are very clear. free from difficulty or obstacles despejado There was a clear road ahead and we soon arrived at Jacksonville. free from guilt etc tranquilo I have a completely a clear conscience. free from doubt etc claro Are you quite clear about what I mean? (often with of) without (risk of) being touched, caught etc despejado, libre (de) Is the ship clear of the rocks? They were finally clear of danger. (often with of) free libre (de) She is now clear of debt The patient is clear of all infection. clearance noun the act of clearing or removing despeje The clearance of these trees from the front of the window will give you more light. the empty space between two objects espacio You can drive the lorry under the bridge – there’s a clearance of half a metre. (a certificate) giving permission for something to be done. autorización The pilot needs clearance from air traffic control before he can take off. clearing noun a piece of land cleared of wood etc for cultivation claro a clearing in the forest. clearly adverb claramente, con claridad You could see from her face that she was clearly upset. clearness noun claridad The lake is famous for the clearness of its water. clear-cut adjective having a clear outline; plain and definite claro, bien definido There is a clear-cut distinction between the two theories. clearway noun (in Britain) a stretch of road on which motorists are forbidden to stop tramo de carretera donde está prohibido detenerse Parking is not allowed at any time on the clearway. clear off phrasal verb to go away largarse She told him to clear off and stop annoying her He cleared off without saying a word. clear out phrasal verb to get rid of tirar He cleared the rubbish out of the attic. to make tidy by emptying etc vaciar He has cleared out the attic. clear up phrasal verb to make clean, tidy etc ordenar Clear up this mess! to become better etc despejar If the weather clears up, we’ll go for a picnic. get clear away (American) to escape completely Huir The robber got clear away with over $8,000. in the clear no longer under suspicion, in danger etc estar fuera de peligro He’s in the clear after being found not guilty by the court.
(Definition of clear from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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