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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



... us that on a certain date we might look for a report of the result of the first great crushing and cleanup of the seventy tons of rock. The day came. On Kearny street I met one of the stockholders—a careful Presbyterian brother, who loved money. He had a solemn look, and was walking slowly, as if in deep thought. Lifting his eyes as we met, he ...
— California Sketches, Second Series • O. P. Fitzgerald



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