Definition of 'clearly'
Example sentences containing 'clearly'
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You can think clearly and act decisively now the sun has gone deeper into your personality chart. The Sun (2016)Prune some of the lower branches to lift the crown so it can be clearly seen. Times, Sunday Times (2016)What he clearly thinks hard about is how he comes across in his performance. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Do people not realise that other road users cannot see them clearly? The Sun (2016)His voice is light but resonant, and he speaks smoothly and clearly. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Something has to push them out and that could happen, quite clearly. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He is noticeably confident as he speaks, clearly feeling assured in an environment he has long been used to. Times, Sunday Times (2017)While reducing costs in today's financial environment is appealing, you must clearly define legal and practical matters. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We ask our members to ensure their charges are clearly explained to guests on arrival. Times, Sunday Times (2006)You want to know when you are seeing things clearly. Christianity Today (2000)He speaks mildly but clearly bubbles with anger. Times, Sunday Times (2008)You can think clearly and read emotions well. The Sun (2016)These crude forms of tool use clearly must be regarded as a rudimentary form of culture. Macrosociology: An Introduction to Human Societies (1995)This was clearly explained and full support offered to help her do so. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The joke clearly wore thin quite quickly. The Sun (2012)You can see clearly which people and projects are right for you. The Sun (2008)The direction of government thinking has clearly switched against consumer lenders. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The answer to the first question must clearly be no. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The underlying science is clearly explained and three case studies are followed compellingly yet without sentimentality. Times, Sunday Times (2012)That process is concluded and there is quite clearly no place for him on our team. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They might be able to see clearly where it went wrong. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He clearly thinks that there are more important ingredients in a successful winning team. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Speed is clearly a must for women on the fast track. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He must win it by explaining clearly and precisely how he plans to deliver. The Sun (2015)It is quite clearly a matter of pragmatism. Times, Sunday Times (2010)There was enough light from the fire to see it clearly. Bomber Explain clearly to them your position and reasons. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The difference between being well dressed or not is similar to the difference between mumbling and speaking clearly. Times, Sunday Times (2014)After one week the headaches had gone and he was beginning to feel better and to think more clearly. Beat Stress (1992)They speak clearly to the people. The Tribes Triumphant (2006) Speaking clearly and urgently, she told me that my dad was lying. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'clearly'
British English: clearly /ˈklɪəlɪ/ ADVERB
Clearly means in a manner that is easy to understand, see, or hear.
It is important to learn to express yourself clearly.
- American English: clearly
- Arabic: بِوُضُوح
- Brazilian Portuguese: claramente
- Chinese: 明显地
- Croatian: jasno
- Czech: jasně
- Danish: klart
- Dutch: duidelijk
- European Spanish: claramente
- Finnish: selvästi
- French: clairement
- German: klar
- Greek: σαφώς
- Italian: chiaramente
- Japanese: はっきり
- Korean: 분명히
- Norwegian: klart
- Polish: wyraźnie
- European Portuguese: claramente
- Romanian: clar
- Russian: ясно
- Spanish: claramente
- Swedish: klart
- Thai: อย่างชัดเจน
- Turkish: açıkça
- Ukrainian: ясно
- Vietnamese: một cách rõ ràng
Definition of clearly from the Collins English Dictionary
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