every student must be clear about what is expected
Free of anything that marks or darkens something, in particular
(of a substance) Transparent
the clear glass of the French windows
a stream of clear water
Free of cloud, mist, or rain
the day was fine and clear
(of a person's skin) Free from blemishes
(of a person's eyes) Unclouded; shining
I looked into her clear gray eyes
(of a color) Pure and intense
clear blue delphiniums
(of a fire) Burning with little smoke
a bright, clear flame
Free of any obstructions or unwanted objects
with a clear road ahead, he shifted into high gear
I had a clear view in both directions
his desktop was almost clear
(of a period of time) Free of any appointments or commitments
the following Saturday Mattie had a clear day
(of a person) Free of something undesirable or unpleasant
after 18 months of treatment he was clear of TB
(of a person's mind) Free of something that impairs logical thought
in the morning, with a clear head, she would tackle all her problems
(of a person's conscience) Free of guilt
Not touching; away from
the truck was wedged in the ditch, one wheel clear of the ground
(of a sum of money) Net
a clear profit of $1,100
Denoting a palatalized form of l (as in salad or willing) in some southern US accents or as in leaf in Irish accents
Become free of something that marks, darkens, obstructs, or covers something, in particular
(of the sky or weather) Become free of cloud or rain
we'll go out if the weather clears
(of a liquid) Become transparent
a wine that refuses to clear
Become free of obstructions
the boy's lungs cleared and he began to breathe more easily
Gradually go away or disappear
the fever clears in two to four weeks
the mist had cleared away
(of a person's face or expression) Assume a happier aspect following previous confusion or distress
for a moment, Sam was confused; then his expression cleared
(of a person's mind) Regain the capacity for logical thought; become free of confusion
his mind cleared and he began to reflect
Make (something) free of marks, obstructions, or unwanted items, in particular
Remove an obstruction or unwanted item or items from
the driveway had been cleared of snow
Carolyn cleared the table
Free (land) for cultivation or building by removing vegetation or existing structures
Free (one's mind) of unpleasantness or confusion
even the final clue failed to clear his mind
Cause people to leave (a building or place)
the police shouted a warning and cleared the streets
Remove (an obstruction or unwanted item) from somewhere
snow was cleared from the storm drains
park staff cleared away dead trees
Send (the ball) away from the area near one's goal
Discharge (a debt)
Get past or over (something) safely or without touching it
the plane rose high enough to clear the trees
Jump (a specified height) in a competition
she cleared 1.50 meters in the high jump
Show or declare (someone) officially to be innocent
the commission had cleared the weightlifter of cheating
Give official approval or authorization to
I cleared him to return to his squadron
Get official approval for (something)
the press releases had to be cleared with the White House
(of a person or goods) Satisfy the necessary requirements to pass through (customs)
I can help her to clear customs quickly
Pass (a check) through a clearinghouse so that the money goes into the payee's account
the check could not be cleared until Monday
(of a check) Pass through a clearinghouse in such a way
Earn or gain (an amount of money) as a net profit
I would hope to clear $50,000 profit
So as to be out of the way of or away from
he leapt clear of the car
stand clear, I'll start the plane up
So as not to be obstructed or cluttered
the floor had been swept clear of litter
With clarity; distinctly
she had to toss her head to see the lake clear again
he had time to get clear away
All the way to
you could see clear to the bottom of the lagoon
readily apparent to the mind; "a clear and present danger"; "a clear explanation"; "a clear case of murder"; "a clear indication that she was angry"; "gave us a clear idea of human nature"
completely; "read the book clear to the end"; "slept clear through the night"; "there were open fields clear to the horizon"
the state of being free of suspicion; "investigation showed that he was in the clear"
unclutter: rid of obstructions; "Clear your desk"
clearly: in an easily perceptible manner; "could be seen clearly under the microscope"; "She cried loud and clear"
free from confusion or doubt; "a complex problem requiring a clear head"; "not clear about what is expected of us"
"Clear!" is the first single from Kardinal Offishall's upcoming fifth studio album Mr. International. The song was produced by Supa Dups and Kardinal Offishall himself. Fatman Scoop is featured in the beginning of the song with him yelling "Kardinal!"
This is a list of all Internet Relay Chat commands from IETF RFCs 1459 and 2812. Most IRC clients require commands to be preceded by a slash ("/"). Angle brackets ("<" and ">") denote what's placed in the encapsulated field, not a literal part of the command. ...
Clear was a vegan straight edge hardcore group from Utah in the mid-late 90s, known for its heavy metallic hardcore sound, similar to Culture and Morning Again. The band broke up in 2000, and has made only one reunion show since, on February 16 2007. ...
Clear was the third album released by Bomb The Bass, the dance/electronic collective formed around British producer and musician, Tim Simenon. Released in 1995, the album which consisted of eleven tracks, saw the band progress from sample-heavy dance tracks to more conventional song structures.
Clear was an American CCM group from Cambridge, Minnesota.
In the field of optics, transparency (also called pellucidity or diaphaneity) is the physical property of allowing light to pass through a material; translucency (also called translucence or translucidity) only allows light to pass through diffusely. The opposite property is opacity. ...
To remove obstructions or impediments; To eliminate ambiguity or doubt from a matter; to clarify; especially, to clear up; To remove from suspicion; especially of having committed a crime; To pass without interference; to miss; To become clear; Of a check or financial transaction, to go ...
(CLEARLY) I don't want to write down all the "in-between" steps.
The process by which a clearinghouse maintains records of all trades and settles margin flow on a daily mark-to-market basis for its clearing member.
Any action taken by a player within the goal circle to pass or carry the ball out of the goal circle.
the name of a state achieved through auditing or an individual who has achieved this state. A Clear is a being who no longer has his own reactive mind. A Clear is an unaberrated person and is rational in that he forms the best possible solutions he can on the data he has and from his viewpoint. ...
The state of the sky when no clouds or obscurations are observed or detected from the point of observation.
Log without knots; first quality log (19).
CLEAR is the Canadian Loss Experience Automobile Rating. This is a method for classifying different models of cars for insurance purposes by using historical claims data, including Collision, Comprehensive, Direct Compensation - Property Damage, and Accident Benefits coverages. ...
To restore a device to a prescribed initial state, usually the zero state.
when a check amount has been deducted from the payer's account and credited to the payee's account.
Sky condition of less than 1/10 cloud coverage.
Removes all items from the collection.
A shot hit deep to the opponents back boundary line. The high clear is a defensive shot, while the flatter attacking clear is used offensively.