clean out something Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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clean out something

phrasal verb with clean  us   /klin/ verb [I/T]

clean out something (MAKE NEAT)

to ​removedirt from something or make something ​neat: I ​wish I could ​find the ​time to ​clean out these ​closets . You can use ​oldpaintcans, but be ​sure to ​clean them out first.
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