clearance

clearance
['klɪərəns]
nome
1) (permission) autorizzazione f.

to have clearance for take-off — avere l'autorizzazione al decollo

to have clearance to do — essere autorizzato a fare

2) (customs certificate) (anche customs

clearance —) (of goods) sdoganamento m.; (of ship) spedizione f. in dogana

3) (removal) (of trees) abbattimento m.; (of buildings) demolizione f.

land o site clearance — disboscamento del terreno

4) comm. liquidazione f.
5) (gap) spazio m. (libero)

the bridge has a 4 metre clearance — il ponte ha un'altezza di 4 metri

6) econ. compensazione f.
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noun
1) (the act of clearing or removing: The clearance of these trees from the front of the window will give you more light.) rimozione
2) (the empty space between two objects: You can drive the lorry under the bridge - there's a clearance of half a metre.) distanza, spazio libero
3) ((a certificate) giving permission for something to be done.) autorizzazione
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clearance /ˈklɪərəns/
n.
1 [u] liberazione (da un ostacolo); rimozione (della neve, ecc.); sgombro (delle strade, ecc.): (mil.) mine clearance, rimozione delle mine; sminamento
2 spazio libero; spazio franco; distanza; (naut.) franco: There is only a three-foot clearance between the locomotive and the tunnel wall, fra la locomotiva e la parete della galleria c'è uno spazio franco di tre soli piedi
3 (ind. costr.) altezza (di un ponte, un cavalcavia, ecc.): a suspension bridge with a clearance of 200 feet (above water), un ponte sospeso che ha un'altezza di 200 piedi sul pelo dell'acqua; clearance height (o head clearance) altezza libera (in un sottopassaggio, ecc.)
4 [uc] (dog.) sdoganamento, svincolo (di merce); pratica di sdoganamento (di nave, per entrare in porto o salpare); libera pratica: No ship can leave port without clearance, nessuna nave può salpare senza libera pratica
5 [u] (fin.) compensazione (di debiti e crediti, con scambio d'assegni, ecc.); operazione di compensazione
6 autorizzazione (a lasciare un impiego statale, ecc.)
7 (mecc.) gioco, luce (fra due parti di un congegno)
8 (sport) disimpegno; respinta; parata, salvataggio; (calcio) goal line clearance, respinta sulla linea (di porta); salvataggio in extremis
9 (polit., = security clearance) dichiarazione ufficiale che una persona non è un rischio per la sicurezza dello Stato; autorizzazione a usare materiale che costituisce segreto di Stato; nulla osta di sicurezza
10 (al pl.) (stor.) the Clearances = Highland Clearances ► highland
● (fin.) clearance house = clearing house ► clearing □ (naut.) clearance inwards, permesso d'entrata in porto; spedizione in dogana □ (naut.) clearance outwards, permesso di uscita dal porto □ clearance papers, documenti di sdoganamento □ clearance sale, (vendita di) liquidazione (delle rimanenze); svendita □ (med.) clearance test, clearance (test) □ (dog.) clearance through (the) customs, sdoganamento (di merce).
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['klɪərəns]
nome
1) (permission) autorizzazione f.

to have clearance for take-off — avere l'autorizzazione al decollo

to have clearance to do — essere autorizzato a fare

2) (customs certificate) (anche customs

clearance —) (of goods) sdoganamento m.; (of ship) spedizione f. in dogana

3) (removal) (of trees) abbattimento m.; (of buildings) demolizione f.

land o site clearance — disboscamento del terreno

4) comm. liquidazione f.
5) (gap) spazio m. (libero)

the bridge has a 4 metre clearance — il ponte ha un'altezza di 4 metri

6) econ. compensazione f.

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