IN ENGLISH: 1. v. to sort into classes or groups according to a common characteristic. EX. In school students are classified by their grade.

APPLICATION: See list 140.

IN MATH: 1. v. slang for simplify as in a radical expression. EX. The tutor said, "Make sure you clean out each radical."

IN ENGLISH: 1. v. to remove entirely so as to be absolutely clean and empty. EX. "Sorry, we have no rock salt. We're plum cleaned out." 2. as defined above.

APPLICATION: See list 0.

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