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  1. clean

    • IPA[kliːn]

    英式

    • adj.
      free from dirt, marks, or stains;having been washed since last worn or used
    • adv.
      so as to be free from dirt, marks, or unwanted matter;in a way that involves the consumption of unprocessed, unrefined, and nutrient-rich food
    • v.
      make clean; remove dirt, marks, or stains from;remove the innards of (fish or poultry) prior to cooking
    • n.
      an act of cleaning something
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    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. free from dirt, marks, or stains:

      the room was spotlessly clean

      keep the wound clean

    • 2. having been washed since last worn or used:

      a clean blouse

    • 3. (of paper) not yet marked by writing or drawing:

      he copied the advert on to a clean sheet of paper

    • 4. (of a person) attentive to personal hygiene:

      by nature he was clean and neat

    • 5. free from pollutants or unpleasant substances:

      we will create a cleaner, safer environment

    • 6. relating to a diet consisting of unprocessed, unrefined, and nutrient-rich food, typically eaten as small meals throughout the day:

      I'm amazed at how much energy clean eating gives me

      you have to eat clean foods to change your physique

    • 7. free from or producing relatively little radioactive contamination.
    • 8. (of timber) free from knots:

      the forester and the sawyer reject timber that is not straight and clean

    • 9. morally uncontaminated; pure; innocent:

      clean living

    • 10. not sexually offensive or obscene:

      it's all good clean fun

    • 11. showing or having no record of offences or crimes:

      a clean driving licence is essential for the job

    • 12. played or done according to the rules:

      we are not completely sure that the elections will be clean and fair

    • 13. not possessing or containing anything illegal, especially drugs or stolen goods:

      I searched him and his luggage, and he was clean

    • 14. (of a person) not taking or having taken drugs or alcohol:

      I had been here for only a fortnight and clean for three weeks

    • 15. free from ceremonial defilement, according to Mosaic Law or other religious codes.
    • 16. free from irregularities; having a smooth edge or surface:

      a clean fracture of the leg

    • 17. having a simple, well-defined, and pleasing shape:

      the clean lines and pared-down planes of modernism

    • 18. (of an action) smoothly and skilfully done:

      he took a clean catch

    • 19. (of a taste, sound, or smell) giving a clear and distinctive impression to the senses; sharp and fresh:

      clean, fresh, natural flavours

    • adv.
      副詞
    • 1. so as to be free from dirt, marks, or unwanted matter:

      the room had been washed clean

    • 2. in a way that involves the consumption of unprocessed, unrefined, and nutrient-rich food:

      plain oatmeal is a staple for anyone who's eating clean

    • 3. used to emphasize the completeness of a reported action, condition, or experience:

      he was knocked clean off his feet

      I clean forgot her birthday

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. make clean; remove dirt, marks, or stains from:

      clean your teeth properly after meals

      I cleaned up my room

    • 2. remove the innards of (fish or poultry) prior to cooking:

      there are a variety of ways to cook the herring, but it must first be gutted and cleaned

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an act of cleaning something:

      he gave the room a clean

    • n. an act of cleaning a place:

    • an environmental clean-up

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    • adj. sharply outlined:

    • the normally clean-cut edge between sea and land has become blurred

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    • adj. completely clean:

    • squeaky clean restrooms

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    • n. a match in which a team or goalkeeper prevents the opposing side from scoring:

    • Chelsea have failed to keep a clean sheet in four consecutive league games

      to come out of the game with a clean sheet is a confidence booster

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    • adj. sharply outlined:

    • the normally clean-cut edge between sea and land has become blurred

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    • n.
      a thorough cleaning of a house or room, typically undertaken in spring.
    • v.
      clean (a home or room) thoroughly:
    • it was Veronica who spring-cleaned the flat

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    • n. an instance of thoroughly cleaning the inside of something:

    • the entire sewer is having a clean-out

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    • n. an instance of thoroughly cleaning the inside of something:

    • the entire sewer is having a clean-out

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    • IPA[klēn]

    美式

    • adj.
      free from dirt, marks, or stains:
    • the room was spotlessly clean

      keep the wound clean

    • adv.
      so as to be free from dirt, marks, or unwanted matter:
    • the room had been washed clean
    • v.
      make (something or someone) free of dirt, marks, or mess, especially by washing, wiping, or brushing:
    • clean your teeth properly after meals

      chair covers should be easy to clean

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  2. 知識+

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