Clean out - definition, transcription

Amer.  |ˈkliːn ˈaʊt|
Brit.  |kliːn ˈaʊt|

verb

- empty completely
- force out
- deprive completely of money or goods

Examples

The apartment needs to be cleaned out before a new tenant can move in.

The thieves cleaned out the store.

The fish were jumping clean out of the water.

...changed into an old flannel shirt and a scrubby pair of jeans to clean out the garage...

...dressed in scruffy old clothes to clean out the garage...

I'm sorry. So much has been happening, it went clean out of my mind.

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