cleanadjectiveuk /kliːn/ us /kliːn/
clean adjective (NOT DIRTY)
clean adjective (HONEST)
clean adjective (MORAL)
- be as pure as the driven snow idiom
- be on the side of the angels idiom
- the road to hell is paved with good intentions idiom
- the straight and narrow idiom
clean adjective (NOT ROUGH)
clean adjective (COMPLETE)
clean adjective (NOTHING ON)
cleanverbuk /kliːn/ us /kliːn/
- When I was studying for my exams I used to clean the house as a sort of displacement activity.
- I feel like a real drudge - I've done nothing but clean all day!
- You'll have to get down on all fours to clean behind the toilet.
- Did you clean the inside of the car?
- We had an arrangement that he would clean the house and I would cook.
cleannoun [S]uk /kliːn/ us /kliːn/
cleanadverbuk /kliːn/ us /kliːn/