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to make a place completely clean and tidy
to make a place or container clean or tidy by removing things that are not wanted and getting rid of any dirt or dust in it
to remove the dirt from something
to get rid of things that you do not need and arrange things that you do need tidily
to make a place or container clean or tidy by removing objects that are not wanted and getting rid of any dirt or dust in it
to make a place look better by putting things in the correct place
to make a place clean and tidy, especially after someone else has used it
to make something clean or tidy using a brush
to lift things up and put them in the place where they are kept in order to make a place tidy
to make something tidy
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