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Meaning & Definition of Clear in English

English

Clear

/klɪr/

noun

1. The state of being free of suspicion

  • "Investigation showed that he was in the clear"
    synonym:
  • clear

2. A clear or unobstructed space or expanse of land or water

  • "Finally broke out of the forest into the open"
    synonym:
  • open
  • ,
  • clear

verb

1. Rid of obstructions

  • "Clear your desk"
    synonym:
  • unclutter
  • ,
  • clear

2. Make a way or path by removing objects

  • "Clear a path through the dense forest"
    synonym:
  • clear

3. Become clear

  • "The sky cleared after the storm"
    synonym:
  • clear up
  • ,
  • clear
  • ,
  • light up
  • ,
  • brighten

4. Grant authorization or clearance for

  • "Clear the manuscript for publication"
  • "The rock star never authorized this slanderous biography"
    synonym:
  • authorize
  • ,
  • authorise
  • ,
  • pass
  • ,
  • clear

5. Remove

  • "Clear the leaves from the lawn"
  • "Clear snow from the road"
    synonym:
  • clear

6. Go unchallenged

  • Be approved
  • "The bill cleared the house"
    synonym:
  • pass
  • ,
  • clear

7. Be debited and credited to the proper bank accounts

  • "The check will clear within 2 business days"
    synonym:
  • clear

8. Go away or disappear

  • "The fog cleared in the afternoon"
    synonym:
  • clear

9. Pass by, over, or under without making contact

  • "The balloon cleared the tree tops"
    synonym:
  • clear
  • ,
  • top

10. Make free from confusion or ambiguity

  • Make clear
  • "Could you clarify these remarks?"
  • "Clear up the question of who is at fault"
    synonym:
  • clear
  • ,
  • clear up
  • ,
  • shed light on
  • ,
  • crystallize
  • ,
  • crystallise
  • ,
  • crystalize
  • ,
  • crystalise
  • ,
  • straighten out
  • ,
  • sort out
  • ,
  • enlighten
  • ,
  • illuminate
  • ,
  • elucidate

11. Free from payment of customs duties, as of a shipment

  • "Clear the ship and let it dock"
    synonym:
  • clear

12. Clear from impurities, blemishes, pollution, etc.

  • "Clear the water before it can be drunk"
    synonym:
  • clear

13. Yield as a net profit

  • "This sale netted me $1 million"
    synonym:
  • net
  • ,
  • clear

14. Make as a net profit

  • "The company cleared $1 million"
    synonym:
  • net
  • ,
  • sack
  • ,
  • sack up
  • ,
  • clear

15. Earn on some commercial or business transaction

  • Earn as salary or wages
  • "How much do you make a month in your new job?"
  • "She earns a lot in her new job"
  • "This merger brought in lots of money"
  • "He clears $5,000 each month"
    synonym:
  • gain
  • ,
  • take in
  • ,
  • clear
  • ,
  • make
  • ,
  • earn
  • ,
  • realize
  • ,
  • realise
  • ,
  • pull in
  • ,
  • bring in

16. Sell

  • "We cleared a lot of the old model cars"
    synonym:
  • clear

17. Pass an inspection or receive authorization

  • "Clear customs"
    synonym:
  • clear

18. Pronounce not guilty of criminal charges

  • "The suspect was cleared of the murder charges"
    synonym:
  • acquit
  • ,
  • assoil
  • ,
  • clear
  • ,
  • discharge
  • ,
  • exonerate
  • ,
  • exculpate

19. Settle, as of a debt

  • "Clear a debt"
  • "Solve an old debt"
    synonym:
  • clear
  • ,
  • solve

20. Make clear, bright, light, or translucent

  • "The water had to be cleared through filtering"
    synonym:
  • clear

21. Rid of instructions or data

  • "Clear a memory buffer"
    synonym:
  • clear

22. Remove (people) from a building

  • "Clear the patrons from the theater after the bomb threat"
    synonym:
  • clear

23. Remove the occupants of

  • "Clear the building"
    synonym:
  • clear

24. Free (the throat) by making a rasping sound

  • "Clear the throat"
    synonym:
  • clear
  • ,
  • clear up

adjective

1. Readily apparent to the mind

  • "A clear and present danger"
  • "A clear explanation"
  • "A clear case of murder"
  • "A clear indication that she was angry"
  • "Gave us a clear idea of human nature"
    synonym:
  • clear

2. Free from confusion or doubt

  • "A complex problem requiring a clear head"
  • "Not clear about what is expected of us"
    synonym:
  • clear

3. Affording free passage or view

  • "A clear view"
  • "A clear path to victory"
  • "Open waters"
  • "The open countryside"
    synonym:
  • clear
  • ,
  • open

4. Allowing light to pass through

  • "Clear water"
  • "Clear plastic bags"
  • "Clear glass"
  • "The air is clear and clean"
    synonym:
  • clear

5. Free from contact or proximity or connection

  • "We were clear of the danger"
  • "The ship was clear of the reef"
    synonym:
  • clear(p)

6. Characterized by freedom from troubling thoughts (especially guilt)

  • "A clear conscience"
  • "Regarded her questioner with clear untroubled eyes"
    synonym:
  • clear

7. (of sound or color) free from anything that dulls or dims

  • "Efforts to obtain a clean bass in orchestral recordings"
  • "Clear laughter like a waterfall"
  • "Clear reds and blues"
  • "A light lilting voice like a silver bell"
    synonym:
  • clean
  • ,
  • clear
  • ,
  • light
  • ,
  • unclouded

8. (especially of a title) free from any encumbrance or limitation that presents a question of fact or law

  • "I have clear title to this property"
    synonym:
  • clear
  • ,
  • unmortgaged

9. Clear and distinct to the senses

  • Easily perceptible
  • "As clear as a whistle"
  • "Clear footprints in the snow"
  • "The letter brought back a clear image of his grandfather"
  • "A spire clean-cut against the sky"
  • "A clear-cut pattern"
    synonym:
  • clear
  • ,
  • clean-cut
  • ,
  • clear-cut

10. Accurately stated or described

  • "A set of well-defined values"
    synonym:
  • well-defined
  • ,
  • clear

11. Free from clouds or mist or haze

  • "On a clear day"
    synonym:
  • clear

12. Free of restrictions or qualifications

  • "A clean bill of health"
  • "A clear winner"
    synonym:
  • clean
  • ,
  • clear

13. Free from flaw or blemish or impurity

  • "A clear perfect diamond"
  • "The clear complexion of a healthy young woman"
    synonym:
  • clear

14. Clear of charges or deductions

  • "A clear profit"
    synonym:
  • clear

15. Easily deciphered

    synonym:
  • clear
  • ,
  • decipherable
  • ,
  • readable

16. Freed from any question of guilt

  • "Is absolved from all blame"
  • "Was now clear of the charge of cowardice"
  • "His official honor is vindicated"
    synonym:
  • absolved
  • ,
  • clear
  • ,
  • cleared
  • ,
  • exculpated
  • ,
  • exonerated
  • ,
  • vindicated

17. Characterized by ease and quickness in perceiving

  • "Clear mind"
  • "A percipient author"
    synonym:
  • clear
  • ,
  • percipient

adverb

1. Completely

  • "Read the book clear to the end"
  • "Slept clear through the night"
  • "There were open fields clear to the horizon"
    synonym:
  • clear
  • ,
  • all the way

2. In an easily perceptible manner

  • "Could be seen clearly under the microscope"
  • "She cried loud and clear"
    synonym:
  • clearly
  • ,
  • clear

Examples of using

What can be added to the happiness of a man who is in health, out of debt, and has a clear conscience?
The difference between the two terms is not clear.
The cause of the accident is still not clear.