Clearance

Clearance,

Definition of Clearance:

  1. Clear space allowed for a thing to move past or under another.

  2. The action or process of removing or getting rid of something or of somethings dispersing.

  3. Official authorization for something to proceed or take place.

  4. Space between two things, allowing one or both of them to have a certain degree of freedom of movement relative to the other.

Synonyms of Clearance

Lebensraum, Absolution, Acquitment, Acquittal, Acquittance, Aesthetic distance, Air space, Allowance, Amortization, Amortizement, Ample scope, Approval, Authority, Authorization, Back country, Bill of health, Binder, Blank check, Caesura, Carte blanche, Cash, Cash payment, Certification, Cleaning out, Clear space, Clearing, Compass, Compurgation, Consent, Countenance, Debt service, Deep space, Defecation, Defrayal, Defrayment, Depletion, Deportation, Deposit, Depths of space, Desert, Destigmatization, Destigmatizing, Detachment, Disbursal, Discard, Discharge, Discharging cargo, Discontinuity, Disculpation, Disjunction, Dismissal, Disposal, Disposition, Distance, Distance between, Distant prospect, Divergence, Doling out, Double space, Down payment, Drainage, Draining, Earnest, Earnest money, Egress, Ejection, Elbowroom, Elimination, Em space, Empowerment, Empty view, Emptying, En space, Enabling, Endorsement, Enfranchisement, Entitlement, Eradication, Evacuation, Excretion, Exculpation, Excuse, Exhausting, Exhaustion, Exile, Exoneration, Expatriation, Explanation, Expulsion, Extent, Farness, Fiat, Field, Forgiveness, Free course, Free hand, Free play, Free scope, Freeboard, Full pratique, Full scope, Full swing, Gap, Glade, Headroom, Hiatus, Hire purchase, Hire purchase plan, Hole, Infinity, Installment, Installment plan, Interest payment, Interim, Intermediate space, Interruption, Interspace, Interstice, Interval, Jump, Justification, Lacuna, Latitude, Leap, Leave, Leeway, Length, Light-years, Liquidation, Living space, Long rope, Maneuvering space, Margin, Mileage, Monthly payments, Never-never, No holds barred, Off-loading, Open country, Open space, Ostracism, Outback, Outlawing, Outlawry, Pardon, Parsecs, Pass, Passport, Paying, Paying off, Paying out, Paying up, Payment, Payment in kind, Payoff, Permission, Perspective, Piece, Plain, Play, Prairie, Pratique, Prepayment, Protection, Purgation, Purge, Purging, Quarterly payments, Quietus, Quittance, Range, Ratification, Rationalization, Reach, Regular payments, Rehabilitation, Reinstatement, Release, Remission, Remittance, Remoteness, Removal, Restoration, Retirement, Riddance, Room, Room to spare, Rope, Safe-conduct, Safeguard, Sanction, Satisfaction, Scope, Sea room, Separation, Settlement, Severance, Single space, Sinking-fund payment, Space, Space between, Span, Spare room, Spot cash, Steppe, Stretch, Stride, Suspension, Swing, Terrain, Territory, Time interval, Tolerance, Unloading, Venting, Verdict of acquittal, Vindication, Visa, Voidance, Voiding, Warrant, Warranty, Way, Ways, Weekly payments, Wide berth, Wide-open spaces, Wilderness, Withdrawal, Authorization, Permission, Consent, Approval, Seal of approval, Blessing, Acceptance, Leave, Sanction, Licence, Dispensation, Assent, Agreement, Concurrence, Endorsement, Imprimatur, Destruction, Knocking down, Pulling down, Tearing down, Flattening, Razing, Levelling, Bulldozing, Clearance, Space, Gap, Room, Room to spare, Headroom, Margin, Leeway, Allowance, Separation, Clearing

How to use Clearance in a sentence?

  1. Always give cyclists plenty of clearance.
  2. Getting diplomatic clearance to fly into or over a country is not always easy.
  3. Cleaning of the machine should include clearance of blockages.

Meaning of Clearance & Clearance Definition

Clearance,

Clearance Definition:

  • In most provincial workers' compensation funds in Canada, companies that use the services of another organization can be held liable if the organization fails to pay premiums due to the funds. A third fund may ask the fund to verify that the other organization is up-to-date with the fund and, as such, is not liable to pay unpaid premiums. This approval is usually in the form of a certificate or letter issued by the IMF.

Meanings of Clearance

  1. The act or process of removing or removing an object or scattered object.

  2. Official approval for something to happen or to happen.

  3. Space allows one thing to happen or under another.

Sentences of Clearance

  1. The barrier must be removed to clean the machine.

  2. Getting diplomatic permission to fly in or out of the country is not always easy

  3. Always leave plenty of space for cyclists