with the slate wiped clean Definition in British English Dictionary
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with the slate wiped clean

with your past mistakes or crimes forgotten
Translations of “with the slate wiped clean”
in Chinese (Traditional) (過去的錯誤或罪行)一筆勾銷…
in Chinese (Simplified) (过去的错误或罪行)一笔勾销…
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