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Definición de “clear” en inglés


verb (REMOVE BLOCK)    /klɪər/ US  /klɪr/
B1 [I or T] to remove or get rid of whatever is blocking or filling something, or to stop being blocked or full: It took several hours to clear the road after the accident. I'll make the coffee if you'll clear the table. If you use this nasal spray, your nose should clear. After my aunt died, we arranged for her house to be cleared (= for the furniture to be removed from it). If you press this key, the computer screen will clear (= the text and pictures will be removed from it). Shops are currently holding sales to clear their summer stock (= get rid of goods by selling them cheaply). Paul helped his elderly neighbour by clearing her path of snow/clearing snow from her path. Could you clear your things off/from the sofa? I never leave work until I've cleared my in-tray (= have finished the work that needs to be done).Removing and extractingEmptying clear your throat to give a small cough: She cleared her throat nervously before she began to speak.Noises made by the body
(Definition of clear verb (REMOVE BLOCK) from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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