■ clean out

■ clean out
■ clean out
A v. t. + avv.
1 svuotare e ripulire; sgombrare; fare pulizia in; rassettare: to clean out the fridge, svuotare e pulire il frigo; to clean out the garage, sgombrare il garage
2 togliere; sgombrare; rimuovere: to clean out the debris, sgombrare i detriti
3 (fam.) ripulire; fare piazza pulita in: The burglars cleaned out my house, i ladri mi hanno ripulito la casa
4 (fam.) ripulire; ridurre al verde; vuotare le tasche a: I'm completely cleaned out, mi hanno completamente ripulito
5 (slang) ammazzare; far fuori
B v. i. + avv.
(fam.) andarsene in fretta; filare; sgomberare.

English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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