make it clearThe partnership agreement should make it clear if this is not what is required.
become clearIt may become clear they are likely to have a wet night before or after an event.
make clearAccompanying illustrations are, even with the help of an overhead projector, difficult to make clear.
very clearThe major made that very clear.
clear upAnd clear up.
clear picture‘Right from the start, we give them a very clear picture that they're coming to work in someone's home.
clear that thereIn contrast to Iacocca's blustery persona, Eaton is relatively reserved but, beneath his calm demeanour, it's clear that there lurks a tough and gritty leader.
clear whetherIt was not clear whether such moves would be to their benefit.
become increasingly clearAnd it had become increasingly clear to her that some of the more bizarre aspects of Johnny's intrusion into her life would be difficult, perhaps impossible, to explain away.
should be clearHowever the point should be clear.
clear distinctionFor example, a clear distinction is drawn between revenue items (which are the concern of Objective 1) and capital items (which are the concern of Objective 2).
clear and simpleDicey is important precisely because he expressed both the form and substance of normativism in a clear and simple manner.
clear evidenceDoes the hon. Gentleman have the grace to accept that that is clear evidence of the damage that has been done to our economy by a Government who have no industrial policy?
perfectly clearFrom the tone of his voice, it was perfectly clear that his decision was not open to negotiation.
fairly clearThey've made it fairly clear to me that I'll never be a high-flier, but every company needs some people who aren't high-fliers, and that's all right by me.
clear cut—‘Any idea what the squadron's doing now?’) but from that moment there was a clear cut division between the sheep and the goats.