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clear [klië:] adj.,v.,adv.,n. -adj 1. i kthjellët; a clear day ditë e kthjellët. 2. i tejdukshëm (qelq). 3. e pastër, e papërzier (ngjyrë). 4. i qartë, i kuptueshëm (mendim, zë). 5. i sigurt; it is clear that duket qartë se, me siguri që. 6. i pafajshëm; the suspect was clear personi i dyshuar ishte i pafajshëm. 7. neto; clear profit fitim neto. 8. i plotë, i tërë; pa kufizime; the clear contrary krejt e kundërta; two clear weeks dy javë të tëra. 9. e lirë, e pazënë (rrugë); all clear! a) rruga është e lirë; mund të kaloni; b) gjithçka në rregull!; alarmi mbaroi!
- v 1. spastroj, qëroj (tokën nga ferrat, fytin). 2. hapet, kthjellohet (moti). 3. nxjerr pa faj; the verdict cleared the accused man vendimi e nxori pa faj të paditurin. 4. zbraz (tryezën). 5. lë portin (anija). 6. ndreq (llogaritë); laj, shlyej (borxhet). 7. çdoganoj (mallin). 8. fig. shpëmdaj (dyshimet); laj (ndërgjegjen).
-adv 1. shkoqur, qartë; loud and clear qartë e shkoqur. 2. larg; get clear of a) largohem; i shmangem; b) heq qafe. 3. krejt, plotësisht; the bullet went clear through the door plumbi e përshkoi derën tejpërtej.
-n . in the clear a) brendapërbrenda, nga brenda; b) fig. i qëruar, pa faj; jashtë çdo dyshimi; c) pa borxhe, pa halle; d) me tekst të rregullt, i pashifruar, pa kod.
clear away [klië:ë'wei] a) heq; spastroj; b) ngre tavolinën, heq pjatat; c) davaritet (mjegulla)
clear off [klië:of] a) gj.fol. iki, fryj: clear off! zhduku! , qërohu! b) heq qafe; likuidoj (mallin); c) çlirohem nga (borxhet); d) kompensoj (vonesën); vë në vend (kohën e humbur); e) spastroj, ngre (tryezën)
clear out [klië:aut] a) heq, zbraz; flak; b) fig. iki, fryj
clear up [klië:ap] a) kthjellohet, hapet (koha); b) rregulloj, pastroj; c) sqaroj (çështjen)
clear-cut ['klië:kat] adj 1. i qartë; i saktë; i përcaktuar mirë. 2. i spikatur (tipar)
clear-headed ['klië:hedid] adj. mendjekthjellët
clear-sighted ['klië:saitid] adj. i kthjellët, mendjemprehtë, mendjehollë
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i pastër; qartë; sqaroj

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