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English words starting with cle

Clean up

kliːn

Meanings of Clean up:

phrasal verb

Put (things or places) in order

Meanings of Clean-hands:

adjective

Free of dirt or other unwanted parts or pieces

Usage examples:

Make sure you wear a clean shirt., hospital rooms have to be kept clean., clean air/water, "let’s m…

Meanings of Clean-limbed:

adjective

Healthy-looking and active

Usage examples:

The school sports field swarmed with clean-limbed young people eager for the day's events.

Meanings of Clean-living:

adjective

Used to describe someone who lives in a healthy and morally acceptable way, for example, by not taking any drugs

Usage examples:

He is a clean-living teetotaler who doesn't even touch caffeine., young players were expected to be…

Meanings of Cleaned:

verb

Make clean; remove dirt, marks, or stains from.

Usage examples:

Clean your teeth properly after meals
adjective

Free from dirt, marks, or stains.

Usage examples:

The room was spotlessly clean
adverb

So as to be free from dirt, marks, or unwanted matter.

Usage examples:

The room had been washed clean
noun

An act of cleaning something.

Usage examples:

He gave the room a clean

Meanings of Cleaned-out:

phrasal verb

To remove dirt from something or make something neat

Usage examples:

I wish i could find the time to clean out these closets ., you can use old paint cans, but be sure …

Cleaner

ˈkliː.nər

Meanings of Cleaner:

noun

A person employed to clean the interior of a building.

Usage examples:

She's one of the office cleaners
adjective

Free from dirt, marks, or stains.

Usage examples:

The room was spotlessly clean

Cleaners

ˈkliːnə

Meanings of Cleaners:

noun

A person employed to clean the interior of a building.

Usage examples:

She's one of the office cleaners

Cleanest

kliːn

Meanings of Cleanest:

adjective

Free from dirt, marks, or stains.

Usage examples:

The room was spotlessly clean
adverb

So as to be free from dirt, marks, or unwanted matter.

Usage examples:

The room had been washed clean
verb

Make clean; remove dirt, marks, or stains from.

Usage examples:

Clean your teeth properly after meals
noun

An act of cleaning something.

Usage examples:

He gave the room a clean

Cleaning

kliːn

Meanings of Cleaning:

noun

The action of making something clean, especially the inside of a house.

Usage examples:

The housekeeper will help with the cleaning
verb

Make clean; remove dirt, marks, or stains from.

Usage examples:

Clean your teeth properly after meals

Meanings of Cleanliest:

adjective

Habitually clean and careful to avoid dirt.

Usage examples:

Some plain but cleanly country maid
adverb

Without difficulty or impediment; smoothly and efficiently.

Usage examples:

He vaulted cleanly through the open window

Cleanly

ˈkliːn.li

Meanings of Cleanly:

adverb

Without difficulty or impediment; smoothly and efficiently.

Usage examples:

He vaulted cleanly through the open window
adjective

Habitually clean and careful to avoid dirt.

Usage examples:

Some plain but cleanly country maid

Cleanness

ˈkliːn.nəs

Meanings of Cleanness:

noun

How clean something is

Cleanout

kliːn

Meanings of Cleanout:

noun

An instance of thoroughly cleaning the inside of something.

Usage examples:

The entire sewer is having a clean-out
phrasal verb

To remove dirt from something or make something neat

Usage examples:

I wish i could find the time to clean out these closets ., you can use old paint cans, but be sure …

Meanings of Cleans:

verb

Make clean; remove dirt, marks, or stains from.

Usage examples:

Clean your teeth properly after meals
noun

An act of cleaning something.

Usage examples:

He gave the room a clean
adjective

Free from dirt, marks, or stains.

Usage examples:

The room was spotlessly clean
adverb

So as to be free from dirt, marks, or unwanted matter.

Usage examples:

The room had been washed clean

Meanings of Cleansed:

verb

Make (something, especially the skin) thoroughly clean.

Usage examples:

This preparation will cleanse and tighten the skin
noun

A process or period of time during which a person attempts to rid the body of substances regarded as toxic or unhealthy, typically by consuming only water or other liquids.

Usage examples:

You can consume the broth three times a day for a cleanse

Cleanser

ˈklen.zər

Meanings of Cleanser:

noun

A substance that cleanses something, especially a cosmetic product for cleansing the skin.

Usage examples:

A skin cleanser

Cleansers

ˈklen.zər

Meanings of Cleansers:

noun

A substance that cleanses something, especially a cosmetic product for cleansing the skin.

Usage examples:

A skin cleanser

Meanings of Cleanses:

verb

Make (something, especially the skin) thoroughly clean.

Usage examples:

This preparation will cleanse and tighten the skin
noun

A process or period of time during which a person attempts to rid the body of substances regarded as toxic or unhealthy, typically by consuming only water or other liquids.

Usage examples:

You can consume the broth three times a day for a cleanse

Meanings of Cleanskin:

noun

A person who does not have an existing criminal record or who has not attracted the attention of police or security forces.

Usage examples:

Intelligence officials have been concerned for some time about the threat posed by cleanskins

Cleanskins

ˈklːnskɪn

Meanings of Cleanskins:

noun

A person who does not have an existing criminal record or who has not attracted the attention of police or security forces.

Usage examples:

Intelligence officials have been concerned for some time about the threat posed by cleanskins

Clear

klɪər

Meanings of Clear:

adjective

Easy to perceive, understand, or interpret.

Usage examples:

Clear and precise directions
adverb

So as to be out of the way of or away from.

Usage examples:

He leapt clear of the car
verb

Remove an obstruction or unwanted item or items from.

Usage examples:

The drive had been cleared of snow

Clear off

klɪər

Meanings of Clear off:

phrasal verb

Remove from sight

Clear out

klɪər

Meanings of Clear out:

phrasal verb

Empty completely

Meanings of Clear the air:

idiom

Dispel differences or negative emotions

phrase

Make the air less humid.

Usage examples:

Storms were supposed to clear the air

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