CLEAN OUT – English Phrasal Verb One Point Lesson

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Clean Out
What does clean out mean? THe phrasal verb clean out means to empty a space and get rid of things that you no longer need or want.

  • I finally got around to cleaning out the garage.
  • My desk drawers are a mess. I really need to clean them out.

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