How to Conjugate Clean Out
- Infinitive: Clean Out
- Present Tense: Clean Out/ Cleans Out
- -ing Form: Cleaning Out
- Past Tense: Cleaned Out
- Past Participle: Cleaned Out
Definitions of Clean Out:
1. To clean or clear the inside of something thoroughly.
Examples: You need to clean out all that junk in your closet.
Please clean out the tub after you take a bath.
2. To cause someone to spend all of their money.
Examples: My niece and nephews always clean me out when they come to visit.
Las Vegas will clean you out if you keep betting.
3. To steal someone’s valuables or money.
Examples: All my CDs were cleaned out of my car while I was in the grocery store.
The robbers cleaned the biggest bank in the city out.
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