clear-out

Translations

clear-out

[ˈklɪəraʊt] N to have a good clear-outlimpiarlo todo, despejarlo todo
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TIn football, though, the time for a clear-out is still to come.
This week's clear-out, the first since before Christmas, resulted in three rather lovely discoveries.
It was reported earlier this week that he would have a mass clear-out at the end of this season.
HOLLYOAKS stars are facing the chop amid rumours that there will be a big clear-out at the Chester-based soap.
The Boks have always argued that the injury to Jones was a result of a standard clear-out at a ruck.
The clear-out aspect of moving is quite therapeutic.
Luke won a lot of good ball at the line-out, he carried the ball seven times and his ruck clear-out figures were excellent,' enthused Ruddock.
SUMMER clear-outs have become a ritual at Villa in recent years with each manager's transfer mishaps offloaded during the close season.
The 2017/18 Sky Bet Championship season kicks off tonight and, after summer clear-outs and recruitment on and off the pitch, there is generally an air of optimism among fans.
Matt Symons brings real physicality, he helps gets us quick ball with some of his clear-outs and he's also someone who makes lots of tackles.
The caretaker manager, who famously declared he normally escaped backroom clear-outs because he was the only one who knew where the kettle was, refreshed a club gasping for a win with their first victory in eight matches.
A single sheet like the playbill, if it not framed, is often thrown away in family clear-outs but this has survived," said Mr Hodgson.