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Meaning of “clean” - Learner’s Dictionary

clean

adjective     /kliːn/
NOT DIRTY
A1 not dirty: clean hands clean clothes You should try to keep the kitchen a bit cleaner.Clean and tidy
NO SEX
not about sex: a clean jokeMorality and rules of behaviourLack of sexual activity
NO CRIME
showing that you have not done anything illegal: a clean driving licence Obeying and breaking the lawObedient and compliantDisobedientBad and wrong behaviour
FAIR
fair and honest: a clean election/fightHonesty, openness and sincerityVirtue and moral good
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