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Adjective
Having been made clear or empty
“We sat down at a cleared table to start eating.”
Adjective
Without a blockage or obstruction
“Traffic moves through a cleared opening in the middle of the river.”
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Freed of charges or culpability for a crime or wrongdoing
“In many DNA exoneration cases, the cleared suspect's confession contained numerous details that should have only been known by the offender.”
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Having been approved or validated
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“The FBI would do a background check and return the cleared application to 7th Army Headquarters, where they would be kept on file.”
Adjective
Free of blame for a given mistake, crime or wrongdoing
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Having been cleared of valuable timber
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Having been attained or earned, especially through effort
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Not closed or fastened
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(of one's conscience) Free of guilt
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Verb
To have covered an expense
“I sold my precious car to help clear a significant portion of my credit card debt.”
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To have caused (someone) to be unable to pursue one any longer
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To have gained or profited from financially
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“At its peak, his business would clear hundreds of thousands of dollars in profit annually.”
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(of the weather) Past tense for to become brighter
“The gloomy skies should clear tomorrow, and the sun will shine upon us again.”
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Past tense for to gradually go away or disappear
“Your cold and stuffy nose should clear after a few days of rest.”
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Past tense for to remove unwanted items from
“Please ask the waiter to clear these dishes from our table as we have finished our meal.”
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Past tense for to rid an area of obstructions
“The early settlers would clear the land for farming.”
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Past tense for to empty a given space
“At the end of your lease, you must clear the apartment of all of your personal belongings before you leave.”
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Past tense for to cause people to leave a building or place
“We will be having an emergency drill later today, and everyone will be required to clear the building.”
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Past tense for to physically get or pass over something
“Sage would clear the hurdles with ease on her way to winning the race over 400 meters.”
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Past tense for to remove from suspicion
“We have some new evidence that will clear the suspect of any wrongdoing.”
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Past tense for to provide authorization or clearance to
“On your first day of employment, management will clear your access to our top-secret laboratories.”
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Past tense for to remove impurities from
“We can clear this murky water by passing it through a filter.”
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Past tense for to unclog something tubular or cylindrical
“You could try using a plunger to clear your clogged pipes.”
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(clear up) Past tense for to cause to be clear from ambiguity
“We need to clear up what the exact cause of the issue is.”
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