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clear /klɪə $ klɪr/ adjective (comparative clearer, superlative clearest)


کلید پاک کردن صفحه نمایش ، نص ، خالص کردن ، دور کردن توپ از دروازه ، ترخیص کردن از گمرک ، بطور واضح ، درست ، رفع خطر ، پیام کشف روشن کردن
(adj.) اشکار ، زلال ، صریح ، شفاف ، زدودن ، ترخیص کردن
(vt.& vi.) روشن کردن ، واضح کردن ، توضیح دادن ، صاف کردن ، تبرئه کردن ، فهماندن ، علوم مهندسی: صاف کردن شفاف کردن ، کامپیوتر: تغییر محتوی یک خانه حافظه ، معماری: جدا ، قانون ـ فقه: صریح ، از گمرک در اوردن ، بازرگانی: ترخیص کردن ، تسویه کردن ، ورزش: ضربه بلند دور کردن توپ از سبد ، علوم هوایی: مجاز کردن یک سخت افزار برای استفاده ، علوم نظامی: پاک کردن

: clear (anchor)

علوم نظامی: لنگر ازاد است ، علوم دریایی: لنگر ازاد است
الکترونیک: واضح ، شفاف ، روشن ، زدودن ، کلید پاک کردن صفحه نمایش ، تغییر محتوی یک خانه حافظه ، کامپیوتر: نص ، صریح ، فقهی: ترخیص کردن ، تجارت خارجی: خالص کردن ، روشن کردن ، صاف کردن شفاف کردن ، علوم مهندسی: تبریه کردن ، از گمرک در اوردن ، حقوق: دور کردن توپ از دروازه ، ضربه بلند دور کردن توپ از سبد ، بسکتبال : دفع توپ از حوالی دروازه ، فوتبال : دور کردن گوی از نزدیک دروازه ، ورزشی: ترخیص کردن از گمرک ، تسویه کردن ، بازرگانی: مجاز کردن یک سخت افزار برای استفاده ، هواپیمایی: بطور واضح ، درست ، جدا ، معماری: واضح ، روشن ، رفع خطر ، صاف ، پیام کشف روشن کردن ، پاک کردن ، علوم نظامی:)adj.(: اشکار، زلال ، صاف ، صریح ، واضح ، شفاف ، زدودن ، ترخیص کردن ، :)vt.and vi.( روشن کردن ، واضح کردن ، توضیح دادن ، صاف کردن ، تبریه کردن ، فهماندن کامپیوتر: پاک کردن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

clear
[adjective]
Synonyms:
- certain, convinced, decided, definite, positive, resolved, satisfied, sure
- obvious, apparent, blatant, comprehensible, conspicuous, distinct, evident, manifest, palpable, plain, pronounced, recognizable, unmistakable
- transparent, crystalline, glassy, limpid, pellucid, see-through, translucent
- bright, cloudless, fair, fine, light, luminous, shining, sunny, unclouded
- unobstructed, empty, free, open, smooth, unhindered, unimpeded
- unblemished, clean, immaculate, innocent, pure, untarnished
[verb]
Synonyms:
- unblock, disentangle, extricate, free, loosen, open, rid, unload
- pass over, jump, leap, miss, vault
- brighten, break up, lighten
- clean, cleanse, erase, purify, refine, sweep away, tidy (up), wipe
- absolve, acquit, excuse, exonerate, justify, vindicate
- gain, acquire, earn, make, reap, secure
Antonyms: obscure
Contrasted words: clouded, dark, mysterious, unclear, hazy, ill-defined, vague, dim, dusky, gloomy, murky, cryptic, enigmatic, equivocal, indistinct, arcane, esoteric, occult
Related Idioms: clear as day (or crystal), plain as the nose on one's face
Related Words: milky, opalescent, apprehensible, comprehensible, graspable, knowable, understandable, plain, simple, straightforward, uncomplicated, unperplexed, defined, definite, appreciable, perceptible, recognizable, sensible, tangible, overt, public, published, unhidden, unobscured, exact, precise, eliminate, rule out, clean, cleanse, close, pay off, repay, sink, solve, acquire, get, obtain, secure, earn, win, accumulate, gather, glean, pick up, ameliorate, better, improve, meliorate, settle, stabilize
English Thesaurus: clear, transparent, see-through, limpid, opaque, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. clear1 S1 W1 /klɪə $ klɪr/ adjective (comparative clearer, superlative clearest)
[Word Family: noun: clarity, clearance, clearing, clarification, clearness; verb: clear, clarify; adverb: clear, clearly; adjective: clearunclear]
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: cler, from Latin clarus 'clear, bright']

1. EASY TO UNDERSTAND expressed in a simple and direct way so that people understand ⇒ clarity, clearly:
clear instructions
The question wasn’t very clear.
It’s the clearest guide I’ve used.
clear about
The school is clear about its policy on bullying.
clear about what/when/how etc
Be very clear about what jobs should be completed, and by when.
clear on
The rules are quite clear on the point.
clear to
It was clear to him that Tolkien was a literary genius.
make something clear
The bishop made his views clear in a letter to the publisher.
How can you make the meaning clearer?
make it clear that
Make it clear that you will not take sides.
absolutely/abundantly clear
Can I make it absolutely clear that we did not intend this to happen?
Perhaps I tried to cover too much and didn’t make myself clear (=express myself well).
If you don’t understand, it’s best to say so and get things clear.
If I catch you smoking again, you’re grounded. Do I make myself clear (=used when you are angry)?
clear picture/idea (=a good understanding)
The report gave a clear picture of the property’s condition.
He writes crystal clear (=very easy to understand) prose.

2. IMPOSSIBLE TO DOUBT impossible to doubt, question, or make a mistake about ⇒ clearly:
clear evidence of guilt
They won by a clear majority.
it is clear whether/why/how etc
It’s not clear whether he shares her views.
it is clear (that)
It’s clear that the drug does benefit some patients.
When it became clear that I was pregnant, he left me.
clear case/example of something
a clear case of sexual discrimination

3. SURE ABOUT SOMETHING feeling certain that you know or understand something ⇒ clearly
clear about/on
Are you all clear now about what you have to do?
clear whether/what/how etc
I’m still not really clear how this machine works.
Let me get this clear – you hadn’t seen her in three days?
a clearer understanding of the issues

4. THINKING able to think sensibly and quickly ⇒ clarity, clearly:
She felt that her thinking was clearer now.
In the morning, with a clear head, she’d tackle the problem.

5. SUBSTANCE/LIQUID easy to see through, rather than coloured or dirty Synonym : transparent Antonym : cloudy, opaque:
clear glass bottles
a crystal clear mountain lake

6. WEATHER clean and fresh, without clouds or mist:
a clear June morning
The skies were clear and blue.

7. EYES healthy, very pure in colour, and without any redness:
clear blue eyes

8. SKIN smooth and without any red spots:
a clear complexion

9. EASY TO SEE having details, edges, lines etc that are easy to see, or shapes that are easy to recognize ⇒ clarity:
a TV with a clear picture and high-quality sound

10. EASY TO HEAR easy to hear, and therefore easy to understand ⇒ clarity, clearly:
a clear speaking voice
The radio reception isn’t very clear.
It’s a good recording; the sound is as clear as a bell (=very clear).

11. AFTER TAX a clear amount of profit, wages etc is what is left after taxes have been paid on it Synonym : net:
I get £200 a week clear.
Sam makes a clear $90,000 per year.

12. a clear conscience the knowledge that you have done the right thing and should not feel guilty:
I don’t think I could vote for him with a clear conscience.
She had done what she could and her conscience was clear.

13. PERIOD OF TIME without any planned activities or events:
Next Monday is clear; how about ten o'clock?

14. NOT BUSY complete or whole:
Allow three clear days for delivery.

15. NOT BLOCKED/COVERED not covered or blocked by anything that stops you from doing or seeing what you want:
The roads were fairly clear this morning.
clear view/look
From the top floor you get a clear view of the bay.
clear of
To prevent fires, the sides of the roads are kept clear of underbrush.

16. see your way clear (to doing something) informal to have the necessary time or willingness to be able to do something:
We expect good results soon, if the board can see its way clear to continuing funding the project.

17. be clear of something to not be touching something, or to be past someone or something:
Wait to cross until the street is clear of cars.
The curtains should be a couple of inches clear of the floor.

18. as clear as mud spoken used humorously to say that something is very difficult to understand ⇒ all clear, ⇒ the coast is clear at coast1(2)
—clearness noun [uncountable]

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. clear2 S1 W2 verb
[Word Family: noun: clarity, clearance, clearing, clarification, clearness; verb: clear, clarify; adverb: clear, clearly; adjective: clearunclear]

1. SURFACE/PLACE [transitive] to make somewhere emptier or tidier by removing things from it:
Snowplows have been out clearing the roads.
clear something of something
Large areas of land had been cleared of forest.
clear something from something
Workers began clearing wreckage from the tracks.
Dad cleared a space (=moved things so there was room) in the garage for Jim’s tools.
It’s Kelly’s turn to clear the table (=remove the dirty plates, forks etc).

2. REMOVE PEOPLE [transitive] to make people, cars etc leave a place:
Within minutes, police had cleared the area.
clear somebody/something from something
Crowds of demonstrators were cleared from the streets.

3. CRIME/BLAME ETC [transitive usually passive] to prove that someone is not guilty of something:
Rawlings was cleared after new evidence was produced.
clear somebody of (doing) something
Maya was cleared of manslaughter.
a long-running legal battle to clear his name

4. PERMISSION [transitive]
a) to give or get official permission for something to be done:
He was cleared by doctors to resume skating in August.
clear something with somebody
Defence policies must often be cleared with NATO allies first.
b) to give official permission for a person, ship, or aircraft to enter or leave a country:
The plane took off as soon as it was cleared.

5. clear your throat to cough in order to be able to speak with a clear voice

6. WEATHER [intransitive] (also clear up) if the weather, sky, mist etc clears, it becomes better and there is more sun:
The haze usually clears by lunchtime.

7. LIQUID [intransitive] if a liquid clears, it becomes more transparent and you can see through it:
Wait for the water to clear before adding any fish.

8. CHEQUE [intransitive and transitive] if a cheque clears, or if a bank clears it, the bank allows the money to be paid into the account of the person whose name is on the cheque

9. GO OVER/PAST [transitive] to go over a fence, wall etc without touching it, or to go past or through something and no longer be in it:
The plane barely cleared the fence at the end of the runway.
Edwards cleared 18 feet in the pole vault.
The plane cleared Chinese airspace.

10. clear a debt/loan to get rid of a debt by paying what you owe

11. clear your head/mind to stop worrying or thinking about something, or get rid of the effects of drinking too much alcohol:
A good walk might clear my head.

12. FACE/EXPRESSION [intransitive] literary if your face or expression clears, you stop looking worried or angry:
She looked embarrassed, but then her face cleared.

13. clear the way for something written to make it possible for a process to happen:
This agreement will clear the way for further talks.

14. SKIN [intransitive] (also clear up) if your skin clears, red marks on it disappear:
The rash has finally cleared.

15. clear the air to do something to end an argument or bad situation, for example discuss a problem calmly

16. clear (something through) customs to be allowed to take things through customs

17. clear the decks to do all the work that needs to be done before you can do other things:
I’m trying to clear the decks before Christmas.

18. EARN [transitive] informal to earn a particular amount of money after taxes have been paid on it:
Diane clears £20,000 a year.
clear something ↔ away phrasal verb
to make a place look tidier by removing things or putting things back where they belong:
When dinner was done and cleared away, Auntie Lou made some tea.
Homeowners are clearing away brush near their houses to prevent fires.
clear off phrasal verb British English informal
to leave a place quickly:
They cleared off when they saw the police coming.
clear off! (=used to tell someone angrily to go away)
clear out phrasal verb

1. clear something ↔ out to make a place tidy by removing things from it and getting rid of them:
I need to clear out my closet.

2. to leave a place or building quickly:
Wait to get on the train until the people getting off have cleared out.
clear out! British English (=used to tell someone angrily to go away)
clear-out
clear up phrasal verb

1. to make a place look tidier by putting things back where they belong:
I don’t mind you using the kitchen as long as you clear up afterwards.
clear something ↔ up
Adam, clear up this mess before your father sees it.
clear up after
I get really tired of clearing up after you (=tidying places that you have made untidy).

2. clear something ↔ up to explain or solve something, or make it easier to understand:
The White House hopes these problems can be cleared up soon.
There are a couple of points we need to clear up before the meeting begins.

3. if the weather clears up, it gets better

4. if an illness or infection clears up, it disappears

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. clear3 adverb
[Word Family: noun: clarity, clearance, clearing, clarification, clearness; verb: clear, clarify; adverb: clear, clearly; adjective: clearunclear]

1. away from something, or out of the way:
Firefighters pulled her clear of the wreckage.
Please stand clear of the doors.

2. keep/stay/steer clear (of somebody/something) to avoid someone or something because of possible danger or trouble:
If you’re a beginner, steer clear of resorts with reputations for difficult skiing.

3. especially American English informal used to emphasize a long distance:
You can see clear to the hills.
loud and clear at loud2(2)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

IV. clear4 noun
in the clear not guilty of something

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

clear
adj.
I. easy to understand
VERBS be, seem | become | make sth | find sth
ADV. abundantly, extremely, very | crystal, perfectly, quite You've got to make your intentions crystal clear to them.
by no means, not entirely, not quite It wasn't entirely clear whether she wanted us to help.
fairly, pretty, reasonably
PREP. to It was clear to us that there was a problem.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

clear
II. sure/certain
VERBS be
ADV. extremely, very | absolutely, quite
PREP. about She was quite clear about her reasons for leaving.
on Are you clear on that point?

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

clear
III. easy to see/hear
VERBS be, look | become
ADV. extremely, very The photograph wasn't very clear.
fairly, pretty, reasonably

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

clear
IV. easy to see through
VERBS be | become
ADV. extremely, very | absolutely, completely | fairly, reasonably The water was fairly clear.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

clear
V. free from things that are blocking the way
VERBS be, look, seem | remain, stay | keep sth Make sure you keep all gutters and drainpipes clear of leaves.
ADV. completely | fairly, pretty, reasonably
PREP. of The roads are reasonably clear of snow.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

clear
verb
I. remove sth that is not wanted/needed
ADV. completely, totally The site must be completely cleared and made safe for children.
partially | hastily, quickly She hastily cleared a space for him to sit down.
away Can you clear away all your toys now?
PREP. from They cleared the mud from the steps.
of We cleared the path of leaves.
off Clear those papers off the desk.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

clear
II. your head/mind
ADV. suddenly His face suddenly cleared as understanding dawned.
VERB + CLEAR try to I went for a walk to try to clear my head.
help (to) Correct breathing helps to clear the mind and reduce tension.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

clear
III. prove sb innocent
ADV. formally The three defendants were formally cleared by the judge.
PREP. of Four men accused of assault have been cleared of all charges.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

clear

make something clear
Children may have difficulty in making their feelings clear.
get something clear (=understand something properly)
I was trying to get the idea clear in my mind.
absolutely/perfectly clear
His answer was perfectly clear.
crystal clear (=extremely clear)
The instructions on the packet are crystal clear.
abundantly clear formal (=extremely clear)
By July the scale of the problem had become abundantly clear.
not entirely clear
Sam’s reasons for leaving were not entirely clear.
a clear picture/idea (=a good understanding)
Some work experience should give you a clear idea of what the job involves.
make it clear that
The tone of her voice made it clear that she was very angry.
make yourself clear (=express yourself in a way that is easy to understand)
Please tell me if I’m not making myself clear.
be far from clear/be by no means clear (=be very unclear)
The directions she gave me were far from clear.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

clear
adjective
BAD: I should like to make clear that the accommodation is far from luxurious.
GOOD: I should like to make it clear that the accommodation is far from luxurious.

Usage Note:
make it clear + that -clause (WITH it ): 'She made it quite clear (to him) that she wasn't interested in getting married.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors


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