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  • 1 clear off — ► clear off informal go away. Main Entry: ↑clear …

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  • 2 clear off — verb remove from sight • Syn: ↑clear away • Hypernyms: ↑remove, ↑take, ↑take away, ↑withdraw • Verb Frames: Somebody s something …

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  • 3 clear off — phrasal verb [intransitive] Word forms clear off : present tense I/you/we/they clear off he/she/it clears off present participle clearing off past tense cleared off past participle cleared off British informal a) to leave a place quickly They ve… …

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  • 4 clear off — v. (D; intr.) ( to leave ) to clear off of (clear off of my property!) * * * [ klɪə(r) ɒf] (D;intr.) ( to leave ) to clear offof (clear offof my property!) …

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  • 5 clear off — PHRASAL VERB (disapproval) If you tell someone to clear off, you are telling them rather rudely to go away. [INFORMAL] [V P] They looked at me as if I was nuts and told me to clear off. Syn: push off …

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  • 6 Clear off! — This expression brings back memories of being a kid and stealing apples from people s gardens. Sometimes we would get caught and some old bloke would come out and shout oi clear off you lot . It basically means get lost …

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  • 7 clear off — v To leave. Clear off and don t come back! 1820s …

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  • 8 clear off — /ˌklɪər ɒf/ verb ♦ to clear off a debt to pay all of a debt …

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  • 9 clear off — 1. Become fair, clear away, clear up, break, break away. 2. Remove, clear away or off, cancel, pay; pay off or up, liquidate …

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  • 10 clear off — informal go away. → clear …

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  • 11 ˌclear ˈoff — phrasal verb British informal to leave a place quickly They ve all cleared off and left me to clean this mess up.[/ex] …

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  • 12 clear off — intransitive verb Date: 1722 chiefly British to go away ; depart …

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  • 13 clear off — verb To leave abruptly …

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  • 14 clear off — go away, leave, depart …

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  • 15 clear off or out —  Depart …

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  • 16 To clear off — Очищать, соскребать (краску с формы ракелем) …

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  • 17 clear — ► ADJECTIVE 1) easy to perceive or understand. 2) leaving or feeling no doubt. 3) transparent; unclouded. 4) free of obstructions or unwanted objects. 5) (of a period of time) free of commitments. 6) free from disease, contamination, or guilt. 7) …

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  • 18 clear — [klir] adj. [ME cler < OFr < L clarus, orig., clear sounding, hence clear, bright: for IE base see CLAMOR] 1. free from clouds or mist; bright; light [a clear day] 2. free from cloudiness, muddiness, etc.; transparent or pure; not turbid [a …

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  • 19 Clear — Clear, adv. 1. In a clear manner; plainly. [1913 Webster] Now clear I understand What oft . . . thoughts have searched in vain. Milton. [1913 Webster] 2. Without limitation; wholly; quite; entirely; as, to cut a piece clear off. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 20 clear — Synonyms and related words: Attic, Ciceronian, Mickey Mouse, above water, abroad, absolute, absolve, absolved, abstract, account for, accumulate, acquire, acquit, acute, admitting no exception, adrift, afield, afloat, afoot and lighthearted, all… …

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