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Cleanup   /klˈinˌəp/   Listen
Cleanup

noun
1.
A very large profit.  Synonym: killing.
2.
(baseball) the fourth position in the batting order (usually filled by the best batter on the team).  Synonyms: cleanup position, cleanup spot.
3.
The act of making something clean.  Synonyms: cleaning, cleansing.






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"Cleanup" Quotes from Famous Books



... small tool shed across from the warehouse area. Luis had to abandon the watch to go to the fire, and the clerks had all run out at the sound of the sirens. Whereupon, with Scotty watching, Dusty Rhoads had emerged, pushing his cleanup cart in front of him. He had even stopped to watch the fire ...
— The Scarlet Lake Mystery • Harold Leland Goodwin

... great deal more to do in starting more Centers, and in equipping those we have, and we can do part of it. With our church school classes, we can give CleanUp and Kindergarten Kits like Cissy's and Jimmie's and our leaders will tell us other things we can do, such as collecting bedding and clothing and toys and money. Best of all, we can give our friendship to ...
— Across the Fruited Plain • Florence Crannell Means



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