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(intr, adverb) informal to go away: often used imperatively

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clear off

1

See clear out, def. 1.

2

Become clear after cloudiness, fog, etc., as in I hope this fog clears off before morning. This phrase, first recorded in 1816, is heard less often today, clear alone often sufficing (I hope the fog clears). Also see clear up.

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