The action of making a statement or situation less confused and more comprehensible
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A statement resulting from this
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an interpretation that removes obstacles to understanding; "the professor's clarification helped her to understand the textbook"
clearing: the act of removing solid particles from a liquid
(clarify) make clear and (more) comprehensible; "clarify the mystery surrounding her death"
(clarifying) that makes clear; "a clarifying example"
In journalism, a clarification is used to make a statement in a published story more clear. It refers to a statement in a story that, while factually correct, may be subject to a misunderstanding or unfair assumption.
Sedimentation is a physical water treatment process used to settle out suspended solids in water under the influence of gravity.
The clarification and stabilization of wine in winemaking involves removing insoluble and suspended materials that may cause a wine to become cloudy, gassy, form unwanted sediment deposit or tartaric crystals, deteriorate quicker or develop assorted wine faults due to physical, chemical or ...
"Clarifications" is the eighth episode of the fifth season of the HBO original series, The Wire. The episode was written by Dennis Lehane from a story by David Simon and Dennis Lehane and was directed by Anthony Hemingway. It aired on February 24, 2008.
(clarificatory) Of or pertaining to clarification; That serves to clarify
(clarified) Made clear
(clarify) To make clear or bright by freeing from feculent matter; to defecate; to fine; -- said of liquids, as wine or syrup; To make clear; to free from obscurities; to brighten or illuminate; To grow or become clear or transparent; to become free from feculent impurities, as wine or other ...
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(Clarify) To make a liquid clear by removing sediments and impurities; to melt far and remove any sediment
(Clarify) To separate and remove solids from a liquid, thus making it clear
(Clarify) To make a liquid clear, as with butter. Unsalted butter is melted over low heat until the milk solids come to the top. They are then removed. Without the milk solids, the butter may be used in recipes in which you don’t want it to brown.
(CLARIFY) To remove sediment from a cloudy liquid, thereby making it clear. To clarify liquids, such as stock, egg whites and/or eggshells are commonly added and simmered for approximately 15 minutes. The egg whites attract and trap particles from the liquid. ...
(Clarify) To make a liquid (either butter, stock or broth) clear by skimming away or filtering out fat and impurities.
(clarify) To clear a liquid of all solid particles using a special cooking process.
(Clarify) The process of removing old lees (dead yeast cells) and fragments of grape skins, stems, seeds (pip) and pulp from the fermented juice.
(Clarify) To make a liquid clear by adding beaten egg white and egg shells. The egg jells in the hot liquid and cloudiness adheres to it and then the liquid is strained.
(Clarify) to remove impurities (foam) off stocks and soups by skimming the foam with a spoon and discarding. Beated egg white can also be used for this.
(Clarify) Remove impurities from butter or stock by heating the liquid, then straining or skimming it.
(Clarify) Often you'll see a recipe that calls for clarified butter. It means separating and removing solids from a liquid to make it clear. To clarify butter, it's heated, then the clear yellow fat is poured off to leave the milk solids behind. ...
(CLARIFY) To cause or allow haze-causing particles and solids to precipitate out of solution, with or without the help of finings, or to filter wine or beer. Clarified beer or wine is often called "bright" or "brilliant. ...
(CLARIFY) To clear by removing scum, small particles, and fat from soup stock