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see your way clear (to doing something)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsee your way clear (to doing something)see your way clear (to doing something)informalWILLING to have the necessary time or willingness to be able to do something We expect good results soon, if the board can see its way clear to continuing funding the project. clear
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see your way clear (to doing something)If you can see your way clear, call this number to volunteer.Finally he could see his way clear to his goal.
see your way (clear) to doing somethingsee your way (clear) to doing somethingformalHELP to be able and willing to do something Small companies cannot see their way to taking on many trainees. see
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see your way (clear) to doing somethingFinally he could see his way clear to his goal.Small builders can not see their way to take on many trainees.There was just enough light for her to see her way to the bathroom.
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