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clearingnoun [C]

us   /ˈklɪr·ɪŋ/
  • clearing noun [C] (GET RID OF)

an area in a woods or forest from which trees and bushes have been removed
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"clearing" in Business English

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clearingnoun [U]

uk   /ˈklɪərɪŋ/ us  
BANKING, FINANCE the process by which cheques and other payments are exchanged between customers of different banks: Check clearing is facilitated by central clearing houses, including the Federal Reserve System.
FINANCE, STOCK MARKET the process by which shares and money are exchanged at the end of a day of trading on a financial market: settlement and clearing services for securitiesclearing member/corporation/agent No clearing member has ever failed to meet a performance bond call or its delivery obligations.
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Translations of “clearing”
in Chinese (Simplified) 林中空地…
in Turkish ormanlık alanda açıklık, boşluk…
in Russian поляна…
in Chinese (Traditional) 林中空地…
in Polish polana…
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