Learn how to say Clear Away correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word clear away:
(adverb) to remove (objects) from (the table) after a meal
Example Sentences Including ‘clear away’
A huge landing craft ferried ashore a bulldozer, trucks and a tram used to clear away heavy debris and rubble.
COURIER, SUNDAY MAIL (2005)
And in 1993, an aeroplane dropped from the sky to clear away some of the worn-out characters in a horrific crash sequence.
SUN, NEWS OF THE WORLD (2002)
He would lure to Athens a cartel of international developers, who would clear away the older, disreputable parts of the city.
Harvey, John COUP D’ETAT
It might also help to clear away some of the myth that has grown up around the demands of maintaining such buildings.
GLASGOW HERALD (2001)
Jeremy signalled the waiter to clear away the dishes, then he turned to her.
Pacter, Trudi YELLOW BIRD
Later she would have to tidy the room and clear away soiled linen carelessly left under the sheets or below the bed.
Fraser, Christine Marion NOBLE BEGINNNINGS
Putting hundreds of MPM balls in a polluted stream should clear away phosphates and nitrates.
NEW SCIENTIST (1998)
The new project will look at shop signs and clear away the clutter that has accumulated over the last few years.
IRISH TIMES (2002)
They were indistinct and some letters had been rubbed clear away , but the words were still obvious.
Bernard Cornwell THE GRAIL QUEST (3) HERETIC (2004)