Definition of 'crystal clear'
Example sentences containing 'crystal-clear'
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The vivid colours and crystal clear sea might make you think this photograph had been digitally enhanced. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The sea was crystal clear and the weather amazing. The Sun (2009)He needs to make those messages crystal clear. The Sun (2010)Watching the sun go down over the crystal clear sea wouldn't have been out of place in a movie. The Sun (2014)I hope this investigation, and the verdicts delivered, makes that message crystal clear. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
In summer pursuits include trekking with huskies in vast forests or canoeing in rivers and crystal-clear lakes. The Sun (2011)The sound is crystal-clear and the quality absolutely amazing. The Sun (2016)The beautiful gardens and crystal-clear sea make this place a veritable oasis. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Used Occasionally. crystal-clear is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'crystal clear'
British English: crystal clear ADJECTIVE
Water that is crystal clear is absolutely clear and transparent like glass.
The cliffs, lapped by a crystal clear sea, remind her of home.
Definition of crystal clear from the Collins English Dictionary
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