English adjective: clear-cut
|1.||clear-cut clearly or sharply defined to the mind|
|Samples||Clear-cut evidence of tampering.|
Claudius was the first to invade Britain with distinct...intentions of conquest.
Trenchant distinctions between right and wrong.
|2.||clear-cut having had all the trees removed at one time|
|Samples||Clear-cut hillsides are subject to erosion.|
|3.||clear-cut clear and distinct to the senses; easily perceptible|
|Samples||As clear as a whistle.|
Clear footprints in the snow.
The letter brought back a clear image of his grandfather.
A spire clean-cut against the sky.
A clear-cut pattern.
English verb: clear-cut
|1.||clear-cut (change) remove all the trees at one time|
|Samples||Clear-cut an acre of forest.|
|Pattern of use||Somebody ----s something|