Definition of 'clear off'
Example sentences containing 'clear off'
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But I'd thought Baz would be like the others and just clear off, so I, er, carried on...' Lola couldn't speak. TICKLED PINK (2002)"the Head queried as she helped to clear off the great desk. CHALLENGE FOR THE CHALET SCHOOL
Even if there is death on the way, let it move away Let all evil things on my way clear off ! TROPIC OF NIGHT (2003)
Trends of 'clear off'
Used Rarely. clear off is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'clear off'
British English: clear off /klɪə ɒf/ VERB
If you tell someone to clear off, you are telling them in a rude way to go away.
The boys told me to clear off.
- American English: go away
- Arabic: إذْهَب!
- Brazilian Portuguese: afastar-se
- Chinese: 走开
- Croatian: maknuti se
- Czech: zmizet
- Danish: skrubbe af
- Dutch: smeren ('m)
- European Spanish: largarse
- Finnish: häipyä
- French: déguerpir
- German: verschwinden
- Greek: φεύγω
- Italian: squagliarsela
- Japanese: 立ち去る
- Korean: 꺼져
- Norwegian: stikke av
- Polish: spadać
- European Portuguese: afastar-se
- Romanian: a o șterge
- Russian: убираться уходить
- Spanish: largarse
- Swedish: försvinna
- Thai: เอาออกไป
- Turkish: ayak altından çekilmek
- Ukrainian: забиратися
- Vietnamese: cút xéo
Definition of clear off from the Collins English Dictionary
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