[ US /ɪˈɫusəˌdeɪt/ ]
[ UK /ɪlˈuːsɪdˌe‍ɪt/ ]
VERB
  1. make free from confusion or ambiguity; make clear
    Clear up the question of who is at fault
    Could you clarify these remarks?
  2. make clear and (more) comprehensible
    clarify the mystery surrounding her death
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How To Use elucidate In A Sentence

  • Additional prospective, longitudinal research is needed to further elucidate the experiences and outcomes associated with lung transplantation.
  • Dave Pollard elucidates the difference between search and research - you'll be expert when you finish this piece.
  • The shaking table test of a 1/10 scale multi rib wall plate lightweight frame model with a height of ten stories is elucidated.
  • Incidentally, it may be worth mentioning that the notion of an aesthetic judgment should obviously not be elucidated in terms in terms of the idea of a work of art: we make aesthetic judgments about nature and we make nonaesthetic judgments about works of art. Aesthetic Judgment
  • He tried to elucidate the Architect view of free will and the fate of the universe. THE BROKEN GOD
  • In it, he elucidates the intrinsic connection between the two phenomena.
  • To appreciate the significance of the lyrical origin of tragedy, we must first elucidate lyric poetry as such.
  • There was a mystery about the Animal, he said, but he would not elucidate. THE SCAR
  • In your acknowledgments, you not only thank your teachers in flamenco, but also the astonishing guitarists who elucidated and inspired you. A Conversation with Sarah Bird, author of the novel The Flamenco Academy
  • In addition, the signals that lead a cell to necrosis or apoptosis remain to be elucidated.
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