make clear

make clear
Synonyms and related words:
account for, affect, aid, allegorize, betoken, brandish, breathe, bring forth, bring forward, bring into view, bring out, bring to notice, clarify, clear the way, clear up, crack, dangle, decipher, demonstrate, demythologize, develop, disclose, display, divulge, dramatize, ease, elucidate, embody, enact, enlighten, euhemerize, evidence, evince, exemplify, exhibit, expedite, explain, explain away, explicate, expose to view, exposit, expound, express, facilitate, flaunt, flourish, get across, get over, give reason for, give sign, give the meaning, give token, grease, grease the ways, grease the wheels, hasten, help along, highlight, illuminate, illustrate, incarnate, indicate, loose, lubricate, make it clear, make plain, make way for, manifest, materialize, mean, oil, open the way, open up, parade, pave the way, perform, popularize, prepare the way, present, produce, put across, put over, quicken, rationalize, remove friction, represent, reveal, roll out, run interference for, set forth, shed light upon, show, show forth, show how, show the way, simplify, smooth, smooth the way, soap the ways, solve, speed, spell out, spotlight, throw light upon, token, trot out, unbar, unblock, unclog, unfold, unjam, unlock, unravel, vulgarize, wave

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