- Free from clouds, mist, or haze: a clear day.
- Not obscured or darkened; bright: clear daylight; a clear yellow.
- Easily seen through; transparent: clear water.
- Free from flaw, blemish, or impurity: a clear, perfect diamond; a clear record with the police.
- Free from impediment, obstruction, or hindrance; open: a clear view; a clear path to victory.
- Plain or evident to the mind; unmistakable: a clear case of cheating.
- Easily perceptible to the eye or ear; distinct.
- Discerning or perceiving easily; keen: a clear mind.
- Free from doubt or confusion; certain.
- Free from qualification or limitation; absolute: a clear winner.
- Free from guilt; untroubled: a clear conscience.
- Having been freed from contact, proximity, or connection: At last we were clear of the danger. The ship was clear of the reef.
- Free from charges or deductions; net: a clear profit.
- Containing nothing.
- Distinctly; clearly: spoke loud and clear.
- Out of the way; completely away: stood clear of the doors.
- Informal All the way; completely: slept clear through the night; read the book clear to the end.
- To make light, clear, or bright.
- To rid of impurities, blemishes, muddiness, or foreign matter.
- To free from confusion, doubt, or ambiguity; make plain or intelligible: cleared up the question of responsibility.
- To rid of objects or obstructions: clear the table; clear the road of debris.
- To make (a way or clearing) by removing obstructions: clear a path through the jungle.
- To remove (objects or obstructions): clear the dishes; clear snow from the road.
- To remove the occupants of: clear the theater.
- To remove (people): clear the children from the room.
- Sports To move or shoot (a ball or puck) away from the goal or out of the defensive zone.
- Sports To clear a puck out of (the defensive zone), as in ice hockey.
- Computer Science To rid (a memory location or buffer, for example) of instructions or data.
- Computer Science To remove (instructions or data) from memory.
- To free from a legal charge or imputation of guilt; acquit: cleared the suspect of the murder charge.
- To pass by, under, or over without contact: The boat cleared the dock.
- To settle (a debt).
- To gain (a given amount) as net profit or earnings.
- To pass (a bill of exchange, such as a check) through a clearing-house.
- To secure the approval of: The bill cleared the Senate.
- To authorize or approve: cleared the material for publication.
- To free (a ship or cargo) from legal detention at a harbor by fulfilling customs and harbor requirements.
- To give clearance or authorization to: cleared the plane to land.
- To free (the throat) of phlegm by making a rasping sound.
- To become clear: The sky cleared.
- To go away; disappear: The fog cleared.
- To exchange checks and bills or settle accounts through a clearing-house.
- To pass through the banking system and be debited and credited to the relevant accounts: The check cleared.
- To comply with customs and harbor requirements in discharging a cargo or in leaving or entering a port.
- A clear or open space.
- clear out Informal To leave a place, usually quickly.
- clear the air To dispel differences or emotional tensions.
- in the clear Free from burdens or dangers.
- in the clear Not subject to suspicion or accusations of guilt: The evidence showed that the suspect was in the clear.
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