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2 Translation results for clearing in Spanish

noun | verb

clearing noun

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claro (de un bosque)

Example sentences of
clearing noun

  • the clearing of the table
  • the clearing of wood and brush from part of the forest
  • We found a clearing in the forest.

clear verb

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cleared, has cleared, is clearing, clears
aclarar, clarificar (un líquido); irse, despejarse, disiparse; despejar (una superficie), desatascar (un tubo), desmontar (una selva); ser compensado (dícese de un cheque); absolver, limpiar el nombre de; ganar, sacar (una ganancia de); pasar sin tocar

Example sentences of
clear verb

  • The sky cleared after the rain.
  • The weather is cloudy now, but it's clearing gradually.
  • The morning fog gradually cleared.
  • When the smoke cleared, we could see that the building had been completely destroyed.
  • The water cleared after the mud had settled.
  • My skin cleared when I started using the cream.
  • They cleared timber from the land.
  • She cleared everything out of the closet.
  • I'll clear those books out of the way.
  • The police ordered the crowd to clear the area.

Detailed synonyms for clear verb

See: Exculpate

Reverse translation for clearing

claro  (de un bosque) - clearing 
aclarar  - to get light, to dawn, to clarify, to explain, to resolve, to lighten, to clear up 
clarificar  (un líquido) - to clarify, to explain 
irse  - to leave, to go, to leak, to be used up, to be gone 
despejar  (una superficie) - to clear, to free, to clear up, to clarify, to punt (in sports) 
desatascar  (un tubo) - to unblock, to clear 
desmontar  (una selva) - to clear, to level off, to dismount, to dismantle, to take apart 
ser compensado  (dícese de un cheque)
absolver  - to absolve, to acquit 
ganar  - to win, to win, to gain, to profit, to earn, to acquire, to obtain 
sacar  (una ganancia de) - to kick off (in soccer or football), to pull out, to take out, to get, to obtain, to serve (in sports), to get out, to extract, to stick out, to bring out, to pull off, to introduce 
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