clean up definition

  • verb:
    • to create a location or anything clean; to pick up in pretty bad shape; to neat.
    • In order to become clean, good looking, wise in features, e.g. for an unique occasion, specially when it is out-of character to be seen therefore.
    • to produce a big revenue; to win by a large margin, or even to win a lot, especially in gambling. Also clean home.
    • place (things or places) in an effort
    • make a large revenue; often in a brief period of the time
    • get rid of
    • make oneself clean, respectable or nice

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