clearlyadverbuk /ˈklɪə.li/ us /ˈklɪr-/
clearly adverb (EASY TO UNDERSTAND)
- When you fill in the form, please write clearly in black ink.
- The parcel was clearly labelled 'Fragile'.
- Their pilots are guided by an infrared optical system that shows images clearly even at night.
- I'm afraid I'm not expressing myself very clearly.
- He doesn't enunciate (his words) very clearly.
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clearly adverb (CERTAIN)
- This is clearly the work of a superior artist.
- The audience clearly wasn't enjoying the show.
- I was told she would be at the meeting, but clearly I was misinformed.
- The president is clearly in a dilemma about how to tackle the crisis.
- The ball was clearly out, but the line judge said it was in.
- be (as) plain as the nose on your face idiom
- be (right) under your nose idiom
- be etched somewhere idiom
- be writ large idiom
- loud and clear idiom
- shine out
- shine through
- speaks for itself idiom
clearly adverb (NOT CONFUSED)