clarify collocations and examples

 UK /ˈklærəfaɪ/

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explain something more clearly

Adverbs frequently used with clarify
precisely: exactly, preciselyThe government needs to clarify exactly how these agreements will work.helpfully: helpfully, usefullyThere are one or two other points that we might usefully clarify.enough: adequately, fully, sufficientlyThe definition of what constitutes a ‘comprehensive and efficient’ service has not been adequately clarified.
Nouns frequently used as the object of clarify
ambiguity, confusion, issue, matter, meaning, misconception, misunderstanding, point, position, role, situationWe would like to clarify our position and are sorry if it was ambiguous before.
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