clear\ out


clear\ out
1. I
coll. clear out сматываться, удирать; clear out! убирайтесь вон!; the police are after you, you'd better clear out тебя разыскивает полиция, беги, пока не поздно
2. II
clear out in some manner coll. I must clear out at once мне нужно уходить /удирать, бежать, смываться/ немедленно
3. III
clear. out smth. /smth. out/ clear out a room (this closet, a box, a cupboard, a chest of drawers, etc.) освободить /очистить/ комнату и т. д.; clear out one's pockets выложить все из карманов, освободить карманы; clear out a drain (a pipe, etc.) прочистить канализационные трубы и т. д.; clear out a pigsty (a stable, etc.) вычистить свинарник и т. д.
4. IV
clear smb. out in some manner coll. these expenses (the losses) cleared me out completely эти расходы (убытки) совершенно разорили меня
5. XXV
clear out before... (as soon as...) coll. clear out before my father comes home from work (before you cause any more trouble, etc.) убежать, /исчезнуть/ до прихода отца с работы и т. д.; he clear outed out as soon as I came как только я пришел, он смылся

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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