Clean

Business / Finance / Clean: The division of stock into more than one class of common stock, usually called Class A and Class B. The specific features of each class, which are set out in the charter and bylaws, usually give certain advantages to the Class A shares, such as increased voting power.

Other Words for Clean

Clean Verb Synonyms: cleanse, wash, lave, (take a) shower, sponge, mop, scrub, scour, sweep, dust, vacuum, polish, launder, dry-clean, hoover, tidy, neaten, do up, straighten up or out, unclutter, bath, bathe
Clean Adverb Synonyms: completely, entirely, thoroughly, fully, totally, wholly, altogether, quite, utterly, absolutely
Clean Adjective Synonyms: pure, undefiled, unsullied, unmixed, unadulterated, uncontaminated, unpolluted, uninfected, unspoiled or unspoilt, sanitary, disinfected, antiseptic, decontaminated, purified, sterile
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On A Clean Up

Business / Finance / On A Clean Up: Used in the context of general equities. Willingness to participate in part of a trade if all of the stock available is spoken for except for the 'clean up amount.' MORE

Lift, Clean And Place

Entertainment / Golf / Lift, Clean And Place: (sometimes also 'preferred lies, winter rules') a mode of play, usually because of muddy or poor course conditions, where through the green the ball may be picked up, cleaned off and replaced (within MORE

Air Cleaner

Technology / Motorcycle / Air Cleaner: An Air Cleaner is a filtering device with a replaceable cartridge (air filter) that filters the incoming air to the fuel system on the motorcycle engine. MORE

Self-Cleaning

Life Style / Painting / Self-Cleaning: An exterior paint designed to chalk quickly to maintain a clean appearance. MORE

Approved Ball Cleaners

Entertainment / Bowling / Approved Ball Cleaners: Under the current rules, once competition starts, it is illegal to put foreign substances (cleaners, polish etc) on the surface of the ball unless it is one of the ABC approved substances. MORE

Cleanup (Ten)

Entertainment / Bowling / Cleanup (Ten): Down all remaining pins with the third ball, (Cleanup ball). MORE

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