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  • 1clean — clean …

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  • 2clean — [klēn] adj. [ME clene < OE clæne, clean, pure < IE * ĝ(e)lēi < base * ĝel , to gleam > OIr gel, gleaming, white, OHG kleini, gleaming, bright, fine (> Ger klein, small)] 1. a) free from dirt, contamination, impurities, etc.;… …

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  • 3clean — ► ADJECTIVE 1) free from dirt, pollutants, or harmful substances. 2) morally pure: clean living. 3) not obscene. 4) attentive to personal hygiene. 5) showing or having no record of offences or crimes: a clean driving licence. 6) played or done… …

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  • 4Clean — (kl[=e]n), a. [Compar. {Cleaner} (kl[=e]n [ e]r); superl. {Cleanest}.] [OE. clene, AS. cl[=ae]ne; akin to OHG. chleini pure, neat, graceful, small, G. klein small, and perh. to W. glan clean, pure, bright; all perh. from a primitive, meaning… …

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  • 5Clean — may refer to: Music The Clean, an influential first wave punk band Clean (album), an industrial album by Deitiphobia Clean , a song by Depeche Mode from their 1990 album Violator Clean, an amplifier sound in guitar terminology Clean, an Edwin… …

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  • 6clean — adj Clean, cleanly are often confused. Clean is applied to a person or thing that is actually free from dirt; cleanly to a person or animal whose habit or tendency is to be clean; thus, one who is cleanly, though not always able to keep clean,… …

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  • 7clean — clean; clean·a·bil·i·ty; clean·a·ble; clean·li·ly; clean·li·ness; clean·ness; house·clean; re·clean; un·clean; un·clean·li·ness; bio·clean; un·clean·ly; un·clean·ness; …

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  • 8Clean — «Clean» Canción de Depeche Mode Álbum Violator Publicación 19 de marzo de 1990 Grabación …

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  • 9clean — [ klin ] adj. inv. • 1978; mot angl. « propre » ♦ Anglic. fam. 1 ♦ Qui a un air propre, soigné. Une allure, un look clean. Un intérieur clean. 2 ♦ Qui est sain, net moralement. Spécialt Qui ne prend pas de drogue. Être clean (opposé à speedé) . ● …

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  • 10Clean — Семантика: функциональный Автор(ы) …

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  • 11clean-up — (v.), clean up (adj.),or cleanup (n.) (1) An informal phrase used by lenders to describe a provision in loan documents, usually the promissory notes used for lines of credit. The clean up provision requires that the loan balance outstanding under …

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  • 12clean´li|ly — clean|ly1 «KLEHN lee», adjective, li|er, li|est. 1. a) clean; always, or nearly always, clean: »A cat is a cleanly animal. SYNONYM( …

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  • 13clean|ly — clean|ly1 «KLEHN lee», adjective, li|er, li|est. 1. a) clean; always, or nearly always, clean: »A cat is a cleanly animal. SYNONYM( …

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  • 14clean — adj: free of amendments or annotations Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. clean I …

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  • 15clean up — (v.), clean up (adj.),or cleanup (n.) (1) An informal phrase used by lenders to describe a provision in loan documents, usually the promissory notes used for lines of credit. The clean up provision requires that the loan balance outstanding under …

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  • 16clean — 〈[ kli:n] Adj.〉 nicht mehr rauschgiftsüchtig [engl., „sauber“] * * * clean [kli:n ] <indekl. Adj.> [engl. clean, eigtl. = rein, sauber] (Jargon): 1. [nach einer Behandlung] nicht mehr drogenabhängig: c. sein. 2. nicht gedopt: die… …

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