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3 adverb
1 away from something, or out of the way:
Firefighters pulled her clear of the wreckage.
Please stand clear of the doors.

keep/stay/steer clear (of somebody/something)

to avoid someone or something because of possible danger or trouble:
If you're a beginner, steer clear of resorts with reputations for difficult skiing.
3 informal especially American English used to emphasize a long distance:
You can see clear to the hills.

➔ loud and clear

at loud2 (2)

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