the all-clear Definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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"the all-clear" in British English

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the all-clearnoun [S]

uk   /ˌɔːlˈklɪər/  us   /ˌɑːlˈklɪr/
a ​signal that ​tells you that a ​dangerous or ​difficultsituation has ​ended: The ​police gave us the all-clear and we ​drove on.
(Definition of the all-clear from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “the all-clear”
in Chinese (Simplified) 险情解除信号, 警报解除信号…
in Chinese (Traditional) 險情解除信號, 警報解除信號…
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