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- v. To be knowledgeable about a topic or situation.
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It had therefore set Beadie's heart walloping again when Elspeth phoned to express her concern about Shelley (though thank God she didn't have a clue what was really bothering him).
I keep seeing people referring to these white, index-type cards that I assume are class schedules, but I don’t have a clue where they got them.
He's a fuckin 'amateur, just a wee wank that doesnae have a clue what he's doin' - an 'he knows it.
"And I don't have a clue as to how to get to Malcolm Kibunte," said Kurtz.
Our people don't have a clue to what makes the photomorph tick, but they're working on it. "