clearadjective

  • jaはっきりした、明快な
  • eneasy to understand and leaving no doubt at all; straightforward or certain

Examples

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So, Mr. Rastatter, what exactly does this job entail?
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The ad wasn't too clear.
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Mockolate.
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I'm sorry?
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Mockolate.
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It's a completely synthetic chocolate substitute.
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Ooh.
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Well, go ahead, try a piece.
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Yeah, we think that Mockolate is even better than chocolate.
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- Alright. - Mm-hmm.
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Mmm.
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Yeah?
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Our objective is clear.
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Our parents will laugh.
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They will bond.
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And then, when the time is right, our fathers will share a hug goodbye.
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And it will be weird but in a good way.
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Scalp leeches, skull vampires, follicle gypsies, hair lawyers.
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- One thing is clear: it's kill or be killed! - No! No, no.
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It's more of a nuisance, really.
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It's not that big a deal.
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So, I collected your hats and your coats.
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- To be burned! - To be washed.
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How long must we *bleep* wait for 'Game of Thrones'?
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The TV show, my Lord?
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'Game of Thrones' is no mere TV show, Lord Black Thought.
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It's a way of life.
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A hallowed epic cruelly torn from our bosoms by a production hiatus most vile.
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Winter has come and gone.
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And then winter has come and gone again.
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And now 'tis spring, and one thing is clear.
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Shorts weather is coming.
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The man upstaged us at the medical conference.
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Our exceptional hernia presentation had to play second fiddle to his gadget.
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He then arrives at our theater acting all innocent when it is clear that his only intention is to spy and to steal.
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There is a difference between wishing to learn and collaborate and looking to steal another man's work.
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Zinberg is a thief!
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He's a fake.
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Oh, I'm sorry.
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You know, maybe I wasn't being clear.
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- This was our cart. - Hey, hey, hey!
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There weren't any clothes in it.
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Hey, hey, hey, hey.
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Quit making up rules.
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Let go.
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Come on, this is my cart.
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Alright, listen, Mitzi, if you want this cart, you're gonna have to take me with it.

Other meanings for clear...

clearadverb

  • ja十分に、まったく
  • enaway from or out of the way of someone or something
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I had no idea you'd be here.
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You know what? It's fine, sir.
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A lot of people go on their honeymoon with their boss.
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Nope, I thought if I said it out loud it would normalize it, but it's weird.
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It's gonna be okay.
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How long are you staying, sir?
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Just until I get my head right.
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But don't worry, I'll steer clear of you two.
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You won't even know I'm here.
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'Star Wars' creator George Lucas developed many of the franchise characters' names
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based on their phonetic pleasantry, how good they feel to say and to hear,
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and a determination to steer clear from some of the more common sci-fi naming conventions.
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Based on a Japanese manga, 'Harlock: Space Pirate' was well-received on its release in 2013,
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and even won Best International Animated Feature at the 3D Creative Arts Awards.
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But the CG spectacle didn't come anywhere close to making back its production budget
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and ultimately failed to find much of an audience.
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Does that mean you should steer clear of 'Harlock'?
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Not even close.
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Why is she on a throne? Why is she higher than us?
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'Cause I'm already the winner.
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She just needed a handicap to see the screen.
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Ooh!
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I'm staying clear away from him 'cause he's a cheater.
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I'm not gonna nudge you!
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- Shut up. - You nudge!
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- You just told me you nudge. - There's video evidence of Troy nudging.
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Number 4. Triskaidekaphobia — the fear of the number 13.
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This person might also have a general fear of numbers, which is numerophobia.
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Others fear the number 4, which is tetraphobia.
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But as for 13, what does that mean?
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Well, it’s mostly related to superstition, sometimes related to myths or religion,
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and that, generally, the number 13 is not a nice number.
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We have a show on this topic if you wanna know more.
8.
As Time Magazine reported, it’s less a psychological malady than it is a silly superstition.
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For this reason, some businesses leave out the number on aisles, chairs, floors, or rooms,
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and believers will stay clear of the number if they do see it.

clearadjective

  • ja晴れた、澄み切った
  • enfree from defects, such as blemishes and marks, or obstructions, such as barriers, clouds, fog, etc.
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1.
Okay, so you step—
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You can't see a sea urchin if you're—Okay, like, if you're in the Caribbean.
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You're like, "This water is so beautiful. It's amazing."
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And you're walking, it's clear water.
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You can't see a sea urchin's right there, and then you step on one.
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And then it has barbs, and it goes into whatever it touches.
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And then you have to go to the emergency room, and it has to be surgically removed.
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You could lose your foot.
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You could lose your hand.
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You could lose your hand trying to get it off of your foot.
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I don't like sea urchins.
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His skin was pale like a dead man's.
2.
His eyes, bluer than clear sky.
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There was a million sparkles on the water.
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Like that mountain lake.
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It was so clear, Jenny.
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It looked like there were 2 skies, 1 on top of the other.
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I think this is the worst one that we've seen.
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This is dry vermouth.
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Oh, my God!
4.
Dry vermouth should look clear.
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Anybody wanna drink that?
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I want you to see something.
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Oh, my God!
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I have never seen anything like that in my life.
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Thirty years in this business, is that unbelievable?