"Clear Meaning In Bengali"
Clear (verb) - স্পষ্ট, স্বচ্ছ
Clear Meaning in Bengali. Clear শব্দের বাংলা অর্থ কি? English to Bangla online dictionary "Clear meaning in bengali". Google Translate "Clear".
Clear বাংলা অর্থ. What is the meaning of Clear in English? What does Clear mean? What is another word for Clear? Definition at online dictionary.
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Clear Meaning in Bangla Academy Dictionary
clear as a bell,
clear as bell,
clear as dishwater,
clear as mud,
Clear Example in a sentence
Clear Example in a sentence:
Example Sentences for clear
But she wanted to make it clear, too, that she knew now that she would never marry him.
And so it was literally and actually a thunderbolt from a clear sky.
"Five hundred—d'ye say five" said the postman from the half of his mouth that was clear.
It was clear that they were receiving the discharge of the wrath which was caused by somebody else.
Even of Maxwell he exacted as clear a vision of his own work as he exacted of its interpreters.
And now Nancy had made it clear that she did not care to have anything to do with him.
The breeze freshened as she got clear of the harbour and stood towards us.
It was clear that Nancy was painfully trying to do the honours.
"It was about half an hour ago," came brisk and clear from across the table.
He filled himself a cup, and looked complacently into its clear depths.
Clear History and Origin
History of: Clear
Word Origin & History
clear c.1280, from O.Fr. cler, from L. clarus "clear, bright, distinct," related to clamare "call out" (see claim), hence with an original sense of "clear-sounding." An O.E. word for this was sweotol. Of the weather, 1382; of meanings or explanations, c.1300. Sense of "free from encumbrance," apparently nautical, developed c.1500. The verb meaning "to leap clear over" is first attested 1791.
free from darkness, obscurity, or cloudiness; light:
a clear day.
without discoloration, defect, or blemish:
a clear complexion; a clear pane of glass.
of a pure, even color:
a clear yellow.
easily seen; sharply defined:
a clear outline.
distinctly perceptible to the ear; easily heard:
a clear sound.
free from hoarse, harsh, or rasping qualities:
a clear voice; clear as a bell.
easily understood; without ambiguity:
clear, concise answers.
entirely comprehensible; completely understood:
The ultimate causes of inflation may never be clear.
distinct; evident; plain:
a clear case of misbehavior.
free from confusion, uncertainty, or doubt:
perceiving or discerning distinctly:
a clear mind.
He was not clear on the first point that she made but agreed with the others.
free from anything that would disturb or blame:
a clear conscience.
free from suspicion of guilt or complicity:
She was entirely clear of the crime until one of her accomplices turned informer.
serene; calm; untroubled:
a clear brow.
free from obstructions or obstacles; open:
a clear view; a clear path.
free from entanglement or contact:
He kept clear of her after the argument. She managed to keep her dress clear of the mud.
without limitation or qualification; absolute:
a clear victory.
free from obligation, liability, or debt:
After twenty years, our house is clear of the mortgage. Municipal bonds were returning as much as 9 percent, clear of taxes.
without deduction or diminution:
a clear $1000 after taxes.
freed or emptied of contents, cargo, etc.
(of tree trunks or timber) free from branches, knots, or other protruding or rough parts:
The trunk was clear for 20 feet above the ground.
- (of an l- sound) having front-vowel resonance; situated before a vowel in the same syllable.
- (of a speech sound) produced without frication or aspiration.
(in cryptography) not coded or enciphered.
a clear flame.
in a clear or distinct manner; clearly.
so as not to be in contact with or near; away (often followed by of
Stand clear of the closing doors.
entirely; completely; clean:
to cut a piece clear off; to climb clear to the top; to run clear off the road.
to remove people or objects from (usually followed by of
to clear a courtroom of photographers; to clear the table of dishes.
to remove (people or objects) (usually followed by from
to clear the photographers from the courtroom; to clear the dishes from the table.
to make clear, transparent, or pellucid; free from cloudiness or impurities:
to clear a liquid by means of a filter.
to make free of confusion, doubt, or uncertainty:
He spoke to his supervisor to clear his mind about their working relationship.
to make understandable or lucid; free from ambiguity or obscurity:
She rephrased the report in order to clear the essential points.
to make (a path, road, etc.) by removing any obstruction:
He had to cut away the underbrush to clear a path.
to eat all the food on:
to clear one's plate.
to relieve (the throat) of some obstruction, as phlegm, by forcing air through the larynx, usually producing a rasping sound.
to make a similar rasping noise in (the throat), as to express disapproval or to attract attention.
to remove from (the brow) any traces of tension or anxiety, as folds or wrinkles.
to free of anything defamatory or discrediting:
to clear one's name.
to free from suspicion, accusation, or imputation of guilt; prove or declare innocent:
The jury cleared the defendant of the charge.
to remove instructions or data from (a computer, calculator, etc.).
to pass by or over without contact or entanglement:
The ship cleared the reef. The fisherman cleared his line.
to pass through or away from:
The ship cleared the harbor. The bill cleared the Senate.
to pass (checks or other commercial paper) through a clearinghouse.
(of mail, telephone calls, etc.) to process, handle, reroute, etc.:
The dispatcher clears hundreds of items each day.
to free from debt:
Just a few dollars more would clear him. The widow had to borrow money to clear her husband's estate.
to gain as clear profit:
to clear $1000 in a transaction.
to pay (a debt) in full.
to receive authorization before taking action on:
You'll have to clear your plan with headquarters.
to give clearance
The chairperson has to clear our speeches before the meeting.
to authorize (a person, agency, etc.) to use classified information, documents, etc.:
He has finally been cleared for highly classified information.
to remove trees, buildings, or other obstructions from (land), as for farming or construction.
to free (a ship, cargo, etc.) from legal detention at a port by satisfying customs and other requirements.
to try or otherwise dispose of (the cases awaiting court action):
to clear the docket.
(of a commodity) to buy up or sell out the existing supply of.
58. Skin Diving.
to drain or expel unwanted water in:
to clear a snorkel by sharp exhalations; to clear a regulator and face mask while underwater.
to establish one or more winning cards in (a given suit) by leading the suit until all the outstanding cards have been drawn:
He cleared the heart suit before attacking spades.
to exchange checks and bills, and settle balances, as in a clearinghouse.
to become free from doubt, anxiety, misunderstanding, etc.:
His mind cleared when he heard the truth.
to pass an authority for review, approval, etc.:
The bill must clear through the assembly before it becomes legal.
to remove dishes, food, etc., from a table following a meal:
Is it my turn to clear?
to remove previously inserted instructions or data from a computer, calculator, typewriter, or the like.
- to comply with customs and other requirements legally imposed on entering or leaving a port (often followed by in or out).
- to leave port after having complied with such requirements.
(of a commodity for sale) to sell out; become bought out:
Wheat cleared rapidly.
a clear or unobstructed space.
a piece of clear lumber.
71. clear away/off,
- to remove in order to make room.
- to leave; escape:
We were warned to clear off before the floods came.
- to disappear; vanish:
When the smoke cleared away, we saw that the house was in ruins.
72. clear out,
- to remove the contents of:
Clear out the closet.
- to remove; take away:
Clear out your clothes from the closet.
- to go away, especially quickly or abruptly.
- to drive or force out:
The police cleared out the pickets by force.
73. clear up,
- to make clear; explain; solve.
- to put in order; tidy up.
- to become better or brighter, as the weather.
in the clear,
- absolved of blame or guilt; free:
He was suspected of the theft, but evidence put him in the clear.
- en clair.