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clean up

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"Clean up" is a phrasal verb in English. It combines the verb "clean" and the preposition "up." It primarily means to make a place tidy or free of mess. It can also refer to the act of correcting or rectifying a mistake. In business context, it may mean making a large profit. The phrase is frequently used in both written and spoken English.
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clean

πŸ“ Description
"Clean" is an adjective in English, originating from the Old English 'clΗ£ne' meaning pure or clear. It can describe something free from dirt or contamination. It can also be a verb, meaning to make something free of dirt or mess. As an adverb, 'clean' can mean completely or entirely.
πŸ“ Example Sentence
"Making sure to keep our environment clean is a simple yet impactful way to care for our planet."
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