English version

clarity

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishclarityclar‧i‧ty /ˈklærəti/ ●●○ AWL noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 1 CLEAR/EASY TO UNDERSTANDthe clarity of a piece of writing, law, argument etc is its quality of being expressed clearlyclear 🔊 Letters may be edited for length and clarity. 🔊 a lack of clarity in the law on property rights2 the ability to think, understand, or remember something clearlyclear 🔊 He had only visited the village once, but remembered it with surprising clarity.clarity of vision/purpose/thought etc 🔊 Churchill’s clarity of vision impressed all who knew him.3 the quality of being clear and easy to see or hearclear 🔊 The picture was of such clarity that it could have been a photograph.
Examples from the Corpus
clarityLieberman's experiment cited above suggests that acoustic clarity decreases with predictability from context.On the whole, the show is appealing, stimulating and marked by an admirable clarity of presentation.The Godalming College entry was marked particularly high for clarity and student participation.A City College education was a thing of breathtaking narrowness and perfect clarity.Compare the clarity of the pictures of these TVs.The Birth Grandmother craved the clarity of blue.Perhaps even more destructively, the Philharmonic Hall acoustic does not make for the clarity of diction experienced in the average theatre.The clarity of Irving's writing style makes his books a pleasure to read.The clarity of vision in those early years of women's liberation has gone.clarity of vision/purpose/thought etcThey tend to generate some energy as well as a clarity of purpose and a sense of definition.It involves both sharpness and clarity of vision and this can be measured.She brought clarity of thought and purpose.If you thought that science was invariably characterised by clarity of vision you may have found the quantum world unexpectedly murky.It will enable us to focus our activities and give us even greater clarity of purpose.In her days as a schoolteacher she'd been known for the quickness of her wit and her clarity of thought.As with advocacy, this requires clarity of thought and an ability to think quickly, in a politically sensitive environment.The clarity of vision in those early years of women's liberation has gone.
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