Definitions

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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of clarify.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Prizes will be only be awarded after McCain clarifies exactly how many houses he owns.

    Two Can Play - Swampland - TIME.com

  • LOL – Have you guys set up a macro yet for “McCain clarifies remarks”?

    McCain Clarifies Remarks on Gay Adoption - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • In addition to enabling administrators to evaluate instructional facilitators on their specified duties, the rubric clarifies expectations for the job,

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  • In addition to enabling administrators to evaluate instructional facilitators on their specified duties, the rubric clarifies expectations for the job,

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  • See, that word "late" before his name clarifies he is dead, for readers who might have thought that having produced this piece in 1888, the resilient artist remains alive and well, painting away in 2009.

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  • These loans are, as the name clarifies, online i.e. the procedure for these loans is online and you can access these loans through internet.

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  • My own translation is also uninspiring but is closer to the meaning of the Spanish author unless the continuation of this phrase clarifies its meaning.

    Why we need translations on this forum

  • My own translation is also uninspiring but is closer to the meaning of the Spanish author unless the continuation of this phrase clarifies its meaning.

    Why we need translations on this forum

  • My own translation is also uninspiring but is closer to the meaning of the Spanish author unless the continuation of this phrase clarifies its meaning.

    Why we need translations on this forum

  • My own translation is also uninspiring but is closer to the meaning of the Spanish author unless the continuation of this phrase clarifies its meaning.

    Why we need translations on this forum

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