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- (transitive) to completely empty
- We had to clear out the attic so the guest could sleep there.
- Clear out your e-mail inbox to make more space.
- (transitive) To rob or steal from (someone).
- Kelly disappeared last night, and she cleared me out.
- (transitive) To be victorious in gambling against (someone).
- I don't have any money, Betty cleared me out.
- (transitive) to remove or eject (from), especially forcibly
- The police cleared the crowd out of the street to investigate the accident.
- We need to get the trees cleared out the way before anything can drive down this path.
- (intransitive) to leave quickly
- They cleared out as soon as the cops arrived.
- (intransitive) to become empty
- The town is packed in the summer, but clears out in the winter.