Recleared vs Precleared - What's the difference?
As a verb recleared
As an adjective precleared is
cleared in advance.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
To clear again.
* 1927 , Miscellaneous Publication (issue 663, page 39)
* 1957 , Newsweek (volume 49, issues 1-12, page 33)
- To reclear of brush and young trees, land that has once been cultivated, often is less expensive in labor and materials than to clear the original heavy forest.
- Mrs. Humphrey has not yet curbed her husband's habit of fiddling with his glasses when he is being interviewed on camera, but Attorney General Brownell stopped clearing and reclearing his throat as soon as his wife mentioned the habit
cleared in advance