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Was die in der KategorieENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY
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English - Etymology

From Middle English _clene_, _clane_, from Old English _clǣne_ (“clean, pure, chaste, innocent, unencumbered, unfettered, hallowed, clear, open, honorable, true, acute, sagacious, intellectual”), from Proto-Germanic _*klainiz_ (“shining, fine, splendid, tender”), from Proto-Indo-European _*g(e)lēi-_ (“gleaming”), from Proto-Indo-European _*gel-_ (“to gleam”). Cognate with Scots _clean_ (“absolute, pure, clear, empty”) and _clene_, _clane_ (“clean”), North Frisian _klien_ (“small”), Dutch _klein_ (“small”), Low German _kleen_ (“small”), German _klein_ (“small”), Swedish _klen_ (“weak, feeble, delicate”), Icelandic _klénn_ (“poor, feeble, petty, snug, puny, cheesy, lame”). Displaced Old English _sȳfre_ (“clean, sober”), _hlūtor_ (“pure, clear, clean, bright”).

From Middle English clene, clane, from Old English clǣne (clean, pure, chaste, innocent, unencumbered, unfettered, hallowed, clear, open, honorable, true, acute, sagacious, intellectual), from Proto-Germanic *klainiz (shining, fine, splendid, tender), from Proto-Indo-European *g(e)lēi- (gleaming), from Proto-Indo-European *gel- (to gleam). Cognate with Scots clean (absolute, pure, clear, empty) and clene, clane (clean), North Frisian klien (small), Dutch klein (small), Low German kleen (small), German klein (small), Swedish klen (weak, feeble, delicate), Icelandic klénn (poor, feeble, petty, snug, puny, cheesy, lame). Displaced Old English sȳfre (clean, sober), hlūtor (pure, clear, clean, bright).

Was die in der KategorieENGLISH - PRONUNCIATION
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English - Pronunciation

* enPR: klēn, IPA(key): /kliːn/ * Rhymes: -iːn

  • enPR: klēn, IPA(key): /kliːn/
  • Rhymes: -iːn

Was die in der KategorieENGLISH - ADJECTIVE
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English - Adjective

CLEAN (_comparative_ CLEANER, _superlative_ CLEANEST) * (heading, physical) _Free of dirt or impurities or protruberances._ * Not dirty. _Are these dishes CLEAN?  Your room is finally CLEAN!_ * 1915, Mrs. Belloc Lowndes, _The Lodger_, chapter II: Then his sallow face brightened, for the hall had been carefully furnished, and was very CLEAN. ¶ There was a neat hat-and-umbrella stand, and the stranger's weary feet fell soft on a good, serviceable dark-red drugget, which matched in colour the flock-paper on the walls. * In an unmarked condition. _Put a CLEAN sheet of paper into the printer._ * (aerodynamics) Allowing an uninterrupted flow over surfaces, without protrusions such as racks or landing gear. * Empty. _The cargo hold is CLEAN.  Mister, I want to see a CLEAN dinner plate or there'll be no dessert for you._ * (of metal) Having relatively few impurities. _CLEAN steel_ * (heading, behavioural) _Free of immorality or criminality._ * Pure, especially morally or religiously. _Our kids can watch this movie because it is CLEAN._ * Bible, Psalms li.10: Create in me a CLEAN heart, O God. * Alfred Tennyson (1809-1892) That I am whole, and CLEAN, and meet for Heaven. * Not having used drugs or alcohol. _I've been CLEAN this time for eight months._ * (of criminal, driving, etc. records) Without restrictions or penalties, or someone having such a record. _Unlike you, I’ve never caused any accidents — my record is still CLEAN!_ * (informal) Not in possession of weapons or contraband such as drugs. _I’m CLEAN, officer. You can go ahead and search me if you want._ * Smooth, exact, and performed well. _I’ll need a sharper knife to make CLEAN cuts.  a CLEAN leap over a fence_ * (informal) Cool or neat. _Wow, Dude, those are some CLEAN shoes ya got there!_ * (health) Being free of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). _I want to make sure my fiancé is CLEAN before we are married._ * Which doesn’t damage the environment. _CLEAN energy;  CLEAN coal_ * Free from that which is useless or injurious; without defects. _CLEAN land;  CLEAN timber_ * Free from restraint or neglect; complete; entire. * Bible, Leviticus xxiii.22: When ye reap the harvest of your land, thou shalt not make CLEAN riddance of corners of thy field. * Well-proportioned; shapely. _CLEAN limbs_ * (climbing, of a route) Ascended without falling. SYNONYMS * (not dirty): Wikisaurus:clean * (empty): Wikisaurus:empty ANTONYMS * dirty * unclean DERIVED TERMS TRANSLATIONS

clean (comparative cleaner, superlative cleanest)

  1. (heading, physical) Free of dirt or impurities or protruberances.
    1. Not dirty.
      Are these dishes clean?  Your room is finally clean!
    2. In an unmarked condition.
      Put a clean sheet of paper into the printer.
    3. (aerodynamics) Allowing an uninterrupted flow over surfaces, without protrusions such as racks or landing gear.
    4. Empty.
      The cargo hold is clean.  Mister, I want to see a clean dinner plate or there'll be no dessert for you.
    5. (of metal) Having relatively few impurities.
      clean steel
  2. (heading, behavioural) Free of immorality or criminality.
    1. Pure, especially morally or religiously.
      Our kids can watch this movie because it is clean.
    2. Not having used drugs or alcohol.
      I've been clean this time for eight months.
    3. (of criminal, driving, etc. records) Without restrictions or penalties, or someone having such a record.
      Unlike you, I’ve never caused any accidentsmy record is still clean!
    4. (informal) Not in possession of weapons or contraband such as drugs.
      I’m clean, officer. You can go ahead and search me if you want.
  3. Smooth, exact, and performed well.
    I’ll need a sharper knife to make clean cuts.  a clean leap over a fence
  4. (informal) Cool or neat.
    Wow, Dude, those are some clean shoes ya got there!
  5. (health) Being free of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).
    I want to make sure my fiancé is clean before we are married.
  6. Which doesn’t damage the environment.
    clean energy;  clean coal
  7. Free from that which is useless or injurious; without defects.
    clean land;  clean timber
  8. Free from restraint or neglect; complete; entire.
  9. Well-proportioned; shapely.
    clean limbs
  10. (climbing, of a route) Ascended without falling.

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Was die in der KategorieENGLISH - NOUN
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English - Noun

CLEAN (_plural_ CLEANS) * Removal of dirt. _This place needs a CLEAN._ * (weightlifting) The first part of the event clean and jerk in which the weight is brought from the ground to the shoulders. TRANSLATIONS

clean (plural cleans)

  1. Removal of dirt.
    This place needs a clean.
  2. (weightlifting) The first part of the event clean and jerk in which the weight is brought from the ground to the shoulders.

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Was die in der KategorieENGLISH - VERB
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English - Verb

CLEAN (_third-person singular simple present_ CLEANS, _present participle_ CLEANING, _simple past and past participle_ CLEANED) * (transitive) To remove dirt from a place or object. _Can you CLEAN the windows today?_ * (transitive) To tidy up, make a place neat. _CLEAN your room right now!_ * (transitive, climbing) To remove equipment from a climbing route after it was previously lead climbed. * (intransitive) To make things clean in general. _She just likes to CLEAN. That’s why I married her._ * (intransitive, curling) To brush the ice lightly in front of a moving rock to remove any debris and ensure a correct line; less vigorous than a sweep. SYNONYMS * See also Wikisaurus:make clean DERIVED TERMS TRANSLATIONS

clean (third-person singular simple present cleans, present participle cleaning, simple past and past participle cleaned)

  1. (transitive) To remove dirt from a place or object.
    Can you clean the windows today?
  2. (transitive) To tidy up, make a place neat.
    Clean your room right now!
  3. (transitive, climbing) To remove equipment from a climbing route after it was previously lead climbed.
  4. (intransitive) To make things clean in general.
    She just likes to clean. That’s why I married her.
  5. (intransitive, curling) To brush the ice lightly in front of a moving rock to remove any debris and ensure a correct line; less vigorous than a sweep.

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Was die in der KategorieENGLISH - ADVERB
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English - Adverb

CLEAN (_comparative_ CLEANER, _superlative_ CLEANEST) * Fully and completely. _He was stabbed CLEAN through._ _You must be CLEAN mad._ TRANSLATIONS

clean (comparative cleaner, superlative cleanest)

  1. Fully and completely.
    He was stabbed clean through.
    You must be clean mad.

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Was die in der KategorieENGLISH - ANAGRAMS
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English - Anagrams

* ancle, clane, Lance, lance

Was die in der KategorieMANX - ETYMOLOGY
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Manx - Etymology

From Old Irish _clíabán_.

From Old Irish clíabán.

Was die in der KategorieMANX - NOUN
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Manx - Noun

CLEAN m (_genitive_ CLEAN, _plural_ CLEANYN) * cradle (oscillating bed for a baby) * Ta dooinney ny ghaa leaystey CLEAN nagh vel bentyn da hene. _There's a man or two rocking a cradle of another's child._ * cot * cage (of birds) * pannier MUTATION

clean m (genitive clean, plural cleanyn)

  1. cradle (oscillating bed for a baby)
  2. cot
  3. cage (of birds)
  4. pannier

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