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Meaning of “clearly” - Learner’s Dictionary

clearly

adverb     /ˈklɪəli/
EASY
A2 in a way that is easy to see, hear, read, or understand: He spoke very clearly.Easy to understandApparent and obviousVisible
CERTAIN
B1 used to show that you think something is obvious or certain: Clearly he's very talented.Apparent and obviousVisible
NOT CONFUSED
A2 If you think clearly, you are not confused.Easy to understand
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