clear-out

Translations

clear-out

[ˈklɪəraʊt] N to have a good clear-outlimpiarlo todo, despejarlo todo
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The 28-year-old is having a clear-out as she's moving in with new beau Ryan, who she's been dating since May and has called "the love of my life" on Twitter.
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.
HOLLYOAKS stars are facing the chop amid rumours that there will be a big clear-out at the Chester-based soap.
It was reported earlier this week that he would have a mass clear-out at the end of this season.
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.
At this point, I'd suggest a clear-out. We all have things we haven't looked at for ages, but keep, just in case...
We did a play about hoarding and it helped people start clear-outs. Hearing audiences laugh is lovely - but hearing stories like those make me feel brilliant."
"Obviously we went so well, there's always a knock-on effect from that and this was the case with operations and clear-outs going into this year.
Given the volume of these clear-outs, and the 24/7 frequency with which residents can find themselves buried in this waste, shouldn't these "professional flytippers" working for the properties' agents contribute something?