clearance

[ kleer-uh ns ]
/ ˈklɪər əns /

noun

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Origin of clearance

First recorded in 1555–65; clear + -ance

OTHER WORDS FROM clearance

clear·er, nounnon·clear·ance, nounpre·clear·ance, noun, adjectiveself-clear·ance, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for clearance-papers

clearance
/ (ˈklɪərəns) /

noun

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Medical definitions for clearance-papers

clearance
[ klîrəns ]

n.

The removal of a substance from the blood, expressed as the volume of blood or plasma cleared of the substance per unit time.
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