- to provide with useful or reliable information: Clue us in on how these forms are to be filled out.
- to make familiar or aware: Has she been clued in about the rules of this office?
Origin of clue
How to use clue in a sentence
You responded to each clue correctly before either of your opponents could.
You respond to each clue correctly before either of your opponents can.
Disoriented, without a clue where he might be in relation to the outside world.
If she could go on a boat and across the world not having a clue what lay ahead, then I must have that confidence somewhere, too, she thought.Recreating Historical Adventures in Old-Fashioned Gear|Ailsa Ross|November 12, 2020|Outside Online
An Internet search for the person has not yielded any clues.
A new bunch of men had arrived—we felt like veterans as we gave them a hand at cluing their hammocks—and say, advice!Over the Seas for Uncle Sam|Elaine Sterne
British Dictionary definitions for clue
- to be completely baffled
- to be completely ignorant or incompetent