clear

suomi-englanti sanakirja

clear englannista suomeksi

  1. mennä ohi, selvitä, väistää, onnistua välttämään

  2. häipyä, hävitä

  3. tyhjentää

  4. selvillä vesillä, selvillä vesillä oleva

  5. selvä

  6. selkeä

  7. kirkastaa

  8. läpikuultava, läpinäkyvä

  9. raivata

  10. saada puhdasta voittoa

  11. kirkkaasti, selvästi

  12. puhdas, vapaa, viaton

  13. aukko

  14. selvittää

  15. tehdä lähtöselvitys, tehdä tuloselvitys

  16. terävä

  17. puhdistaa

  18. käsitellä

  19. ymmärrettävä

  20. tuottaa puhdasta voittoa

  21. todeta syyttömäksi, päästää, vapauttaa

  22. vapaa epäilyksistä

  23. hankkia

  24. seesteinen

  25. kokonaan, loppuun saakka

  26. esteetön

  27. täysi

  28. antaa lupa, hyväksyä

  29. poistaa

  30. myydä loppuun

  31. kirkastua

  32. saada maksetuksi

  33. päästä ohi

  34. selvittää kurkkua

  35. tulla hyväksytyksi

  1. kirkas, läpinäkyvä

  2. kirkas

  3. vapaa, esteetön

  4. kirkas, pilvetön, selkeä, kuulas

  5. selvä, selkeä, yksikäsitteinen

  6. syytön, viaton, puhdas

  7. selkeä

  8. -ton

  9. clear-tila no adjective, cases of this noun used to produce adjectival expressions

  10. kirkas / kirkkaasti, selvä / selvästi

  11. poissa, irti

  12. Verbi

  13. raivata, selvittää

  14. raivata, poistaa, siirtää pois alta">siirtää pois alta, siirtää pois tieltä">siirtää pois tieltä

  15. kirkastua, selvitä, selventyä

  16. selventää

  17. todeta syyttömäksi">todeta syyttömäksi

  18. väistää, mennä ohi">mennä ohi

  19. selvittää, kliirata banking jargon

  20. ansaita puhtaana">ansaita puhtaana

  21. saada lupa">saada lupa

  22. purkaa

  23. hakata

  24. Substantiivi

clear englanniksi

  1. Transparent in colour.

  2. (ux)

  3. Bright; luminous; not dark or obscured.

  4. Free of obstacles.

  5. (RQ:Lincoln Pratt's Patients). It twisted and turned,(..)and opened out into a big clear space like a lawn. And, back of the lawn, was a big, old-fashioned house, with piazzas stretching in front of it, and all blazing with lights. 'Twas the house I'd seen the roof of from the beach.

  6. (quote-journal) On the 18th of October, 1841, a very intense magnetic disturbance was recorded, and amongst other curious facts mentioned is that of the detention of the 10:05pm express train at Exeter for 16 minutes, as from the magnetic disturbance affecting the needles so powerfully, it was impossible to ascertain if the line was clear at Starcross. The superintendent at Exeter reported the next morning that someone was playing tricks with the instruments, and would not let them work."

  7. Without clouds.

  8. (RQ:Hough Purchase Price)

  9. Of the sky, such that less than one eighth of its area is obscured by clouds.

  10. Free of ambiguity or doubt; easily understood.

  11. {{quote-journal|en|date=2013-06-08|volume=407|issue=8839|page=52|magazine=The Economist

  12. (quote-journal)

  13. Distinct, sharp, well-marked.

  14. (synonyms)

  15. Free of guilt, or suspicion.

  16. (quote-book)

  17. Without a thickening ingredient.

  18. Possessing little or no perceptible stimulus.

  19. Free from the influence of engrams; see (w).

  20. {{quote-text|en|year=1971|author=Leonard Cohen|title=Famous Blue Raincoat

  21. Able to perceive clearly; keen; acute; penetrating; discriminating.

  22. (RQ:Milton Paradise Lost)

  23. Not clouded with passion; serene; cheerful.

  24. (RQ:Shakespeare Winter's Tale)

  25. Easily or distinctly heard; audible.

  26. {{quote-text|en|year=c. 1708|author=Alexander Pope|title=Ode On St. Cecilia's Day

  27. Unmixed; entirely pure.

  28. Without defects or blemishes, such as freckles or knots.

  29. (quote-song)

  30. Without diminution; in full; net.

  31. (quote-text)

  32. Showing a green aspect, allowing a train to proceed past it.

  33. Good, the best.

  34. Better than, superior to.

  35. All the way; entirely.

  36. Not near something or touching it.

  37. Free (or separate) from others.

  38. {{quote-journal

  39. In a clear manner; plainly.

  40. To remove obstructions, impediments or other unwanted items from.

  41. (RQ:Chambers Younger Set).

  42. 1715–8, (w), “Alma: or, The Progreſs of the Mind” in ''Poems on Several Occaſions'' (1741), canto III, p.297:

  43. Faith, (smallcaps), I muſt confeſs, ’tis true (But this is only ''Entre Nous'') That many knotty Points there are, Which All diſcuſs, but Few can clear.
  44. (RQ:Allingham China Governess)

  45. To remove (items or material) so as to leave something unobstructed or open.

  46. {{quote-journal|en|date=November 6 1711|author=Joseph Addison|journal=The Spectator|number=215

  47. To leave abruptly; to off or out.

  48. (RQ:Conrad Heart of Darkness)

  49. To become free from obstruction or obscurement; to become transparent.

  50. To eliminate ambiguity or doubt from (a matter); to clarify or resolve; to up.

  51. To remove from suspicion, especially of having committed a crime.

  52. (quote-book) yet I appeal to the reader, and am sure he will clear me from Partiality.|chapter=Preface

  53. {{quote-text|en|year=1713|author=Joseph Addison|title=Cato, a Tragedy|section=act III, scene v

  54. To pass without interference; to miss.

  55. To exceed a stated mark.

  56. To finish or complete (a stage, challenge, or game).

  57. Of a check or financial transaction, to go through as payment; to be processed so that the money is transferred.

  58. To earn a profit of; to net.

  59. (quote-book)| title=The History of England from the Accession of James II| url=https://www.gutenberg.org/files/1468/1468-h/1468-h.htm| passage=The profit which she cleared on the cargo (..) cannot be estimated at less than a thousand guineas.| volume=I| section=chapter V

  60. To approve or authorise for a particular purpose or action; to give clearance to.

  61. To obtain approval or authorisation in respect of.

  62. To obtain a clearance.

  63. To obtain permission to use (a sample of copyrighted audio) in another track.

  64. To disengage oneself from incumbrances, distress, or entanglements; to become free.

  65. 1613, (w), ''(Francis Bacon)|The Eſſaies'' (second edition), essay 18: “Of Expences”:

  66. Beſides, he that cleares at once will relapſe: for finding himſelfe out of ſtraights, he will reuert to his cuſtomes. But hee that cleareth by degrees, induceth an habite of frugality, and gaineth as well vpon his minde, as vpon his Eſtate.
  67. To hit, kick, head, punch etc. (a ball, puck) away in order to defend one's goal.

  68. To reset or unset; to return to an empty state or to zero.

  69. To style (an element within a document) so that it is not permitted to float at a given position.

  70. To unload a firearm, or undergo an unloading procedure, in order to prevent discharge|negligent discharge; for safety reasons, to check whether one's firearm is loaded or unloaded.

  71. Full extent; distance between extreme limits; especially; the distance between the nearest surfaces of two bodies, or the space between walls.

  72. The completion of a stage or challenge, or of the whole game.

  73. A person who is free from the influence of engrams.

  74. {{quote-text|en|year=1985|author=Rodney Stark; William Sims Bainbridge|title=The Future of Religion|page=269