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Translation of "clearance" - English-Spanish dictionary

clearance

noun   /ˈklɪə.rəns/
the process of removing waste or things you do not want from a place desmonte, despeje slum clearance UK They specialize in house clearances after a resident has died.787
[no plural] an occasion when goods are offered for sale cheaply so that people will be encouraged to buy them and there will be space for new goods liquidación We bought our new carpet at a clearance sale. US I buy Christmas decorations when they go on clearance in January2269
[no plural] official permission for something or the state of having satisfied the official conditions of something autorización The plane will be taking off as soon as it gets clearance. To visit the prison, you’ll need security clearance.686
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