- to remove mess or clutter from (a place).
- to organize and prioritize (one’s commitments, material possessions, etc.): Declutter your calendar and spend more time with your family.
Origin of declutter
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- to simplify or get rid of mess, disorder, complications, etcdeclutter your life
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