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clear sth out

phrasal verb with clear uk   /klɪər/  us   /klɪr/ verb
to ​tidy a ​place by getting ​rid of things that you do not ​want: If we ​clear out the ​spareroom, you can use it as a ​study.
(Definition of clear sth out from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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clear sth out

phrasal verb with clear uk   us   /klɪər/ verb
to ​sellproducts at a ​cheapprice in ​order to get rid of them: Thanks to the unprecedented ​bargains they ​offered in recent months, ​cardealers have ​cleared out most of last year's ​inventory.
(Definition of clear sth out from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “clear sth out”
in Chinese (Simplified) 清理, 收拾…
in Turkish işe yaramayan şeyleri atarak etrafı tertipli hale getirmek, bir yeri düzeltmek…
in Russian вычищать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 清理, 收拾…
in Polish wyrzucać niepotrzebnerzeczy skądś…
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