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Meaning of “come clean” - Learner’s Dictionary

come clean

informal
to tell the truth about something that you have been keeping secret: The boys decided to come clean about crashing the car.Admitting and confessingHonesty, openness and sincerity
Translations of “come clean”
in Chinese (Traditional) 全盤招供, 和盤托出…
in Russian признаваться…
in Turkish itiraf etmek, kabul etmek, gerçeği söylemek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 全盘招供, 和盘托出…
in Polish przyznać się…
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