- acclarar (obsolete)
- to clarify (to make sure something is understood correctly)
- Professor, pode aclarar sua resposta?
- Teacher, can you clarify your answer?
- to become or make clear, less dark
- A lua aclarou a noite.
- The moon made the night clear.
- O dia aclarou.
- The day became clear.
- (transitive) to clear (one’s throat)
- João aclarou sua garganta.
- John cleared his throat .
- (transitive) to make (one’s voice) clearer
- Antes de começar a falar, aclare sua voz.
- Before you begin talking, clear your voice.
Conjugation of the Portuguese -ar verb aclarar
- (to clarify): aclarear, clarificar, elucidar, esclarecer
- (to make or become less dark): aclarear, clarear, esclarecer
- (to clear one’s throat): limpar a garganta
- (to make or become less dark): escurecer
- to clarify, clear (make clear or clearer)
- Hay que aclarar este asunto.
- This matter must be clarified.
- (transitive) to explain; to clarify
- to water down
- (Spain) to rinse (soap from hands)
- (intransitive, of the weather) to clear up
- Parece que el día aclara.
- The day seems to be clearing up.
- (reflexive) to set things straight, get things clear (in one's mind)
These forms are generated automatically and may not actually be used. Pronoun usage varies by region.