cleanverb

  • ja〜を掃除する、きれいにする
  • ento remove dirt, marks, or mess, especially by washing, wiping, or brushing

Examples

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Squad, since Peralta's briefing was cut short, you can all use this time to clean up your desks.
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Look at this place: half-eaten food, crumpled tissues, pictures of your families.
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What's wrong with pictures?
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If you love someone, you'll remember what they look like.
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You really like all this space stuff, huh?
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Yeah.
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My dad says if I spent as much time helping him clean apartments as I do daydreaming about outer space,
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he'd be able to afford a trip to the Taj Mahal.
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I think you'd have to clean a whole lot of apartments to go all the way to India.
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No, the one in Atlantic City.
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Dad loves the slots.
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I just wanted to clean up a little.
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Make sure everything’s nice for Josh when he gets home from the hospital.
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You know, I don’t think Josh has any idea how lucky he is to have a little sister like you.
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It’s okay. His happiness is my reward.
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Alright, look.
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Look, why don't you just let her go on after Stephanie — whatever her name is?
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I mean, you won't be here, you don't pay her.
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It's not gonna cost you anything.
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I don't know.
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Come on, Terry, I'll even clean the cappuccino machine.
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You don't clean the cappuccino machine?
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Of course, I clean it.
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I mean, I will clean it.
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I mean, I will clean it.
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Oh, alright. Fine, fine, fine!
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It was one time where I found a pair of XIIs, a pair of Jordan XIIs.
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So I bought them for, I think, $21.
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I cleaned them up, I painted them up,
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put new laces on them, and sold them for around $180.
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And right here we have our bathroom.
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This is where I throw up slugs.
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This is where I pee.
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Just clean myself, you know?
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What's so terrible?
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Is this chair ruined?
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It just has to be cleaned.
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Could we clean this room if we wanted to, to be open?
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Why didn't you? Honestly.
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I could clean this room myself in a week, couldn't I?
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Give me some chemicals. Let me clean.

Other meanings for clean...

cleanadjective

  • ja無実、前科の無い
  • eninnocent; free of suspicion; without a trace of guilt; without a criminal record
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I'm clean now.
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I got a safe place to sleep every night and I have people who are nice to me.
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And I wanna keep it that way.
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What, you think 'cause I want to rehab, I stayed clean?
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I mean, ain't that the point?
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Yeah, well, the world's coming to an end
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and I haven't even graduated high school yet.
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We're looking for anything that proves Grundy isn't as clean as she says she is.
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Bobby pin.
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Okay, Miss Gyver.
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- I learned that from the 'Nancy Drew' detective— - Okay, go.
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Hey, Andre 3000!
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Put your *bleep* hands on the car.
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- Man, I'm clean, man. - Yeah, what's this?
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That's my wallet!
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Yeah? I bet there's no money in it.
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Because there's nothing more expensive... than being broke.
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Wow.
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That was beautiful.
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Sometimes in court, I actually learn something, feel something.
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Today is one of those days.
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Sixty days in jail, sentence suspended based on time served.
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Go home.
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But I had a clean record.
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I don't care.
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Are you addicted?
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- I was.
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- Oh, you were.
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Addicted, alcohol?
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Are you an alcoholic?
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- Incorrect.
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- Oh, okay.
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- I was a heroin addict.
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- Whoa! - Yep.
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- Oh man, you're clean now?
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- Yeah, one year, three months, 22 days.
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But don't you wanna meet this with a clean conscience?
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No, shut the fuck up.
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Life isn't a train.
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It's a shit tornado full of gold.
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You don't have to have a plan.
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You have to try to stay clean and grab every gold bar you can.
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This emptiness is a gift.
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You finally know what it's like to lose.
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Thanks for the Arby's, Juan.
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I'm clean, man. I'm clean.
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I'm gonna have to check it out.

cleanadjective

  • ja潔白な
  • enmorally uncontaminated or pure and innocent; not offensive or illegal
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I run a fair and clean business.
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These are dangerous times and we have to adapt.
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You're at war here.
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You need to protect us.
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Well, when I do private parties, I be so shy.
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Like, I did a bar mitzvah not so long ago, and I never performed in front of so many kids.
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- And then my DJ, he didn't have the clean version of the songs. - Oh, no.
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- Are you serious? - And I just felt so awkward.
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- Like saying the curse words. - Oh, my gosh.
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But those kids were having a good time.
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And I had a good time too.
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The best.
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Clean living.
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Clean conscience.
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See I gotta follow you, man.
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You know how to get it, you got the plug with Sprite, Target, Nautica man.
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It’s too simple, man.
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Just keep a good image.
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That’s all I say.
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Keep a clean image, man and doors open up.
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Ellen is known for her games.
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And she was nice enough to leave one for us to play.
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Yeah, I don't know what to expect.
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But I'm sure it's good, clean fun.
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Let's play Churro Chomper.