Meaning of CLUTTER in English

CLUTTER

(~s, ~ing, ~ed)

1.

Clutter is a lot of things in an untidy state, especially things that are not useful or necessary.

Caroline prefers her worktops to be clear of ~.

N-UNCOUNT

2.

If things or people ~ a place, they fill it in an untidy way.

Empty soft-drink cans ~ the desks...

The roads were ~ed with cars and vans.

VERB: V n, be V-ed with n

Clutter up means the same as ~ .

The vehicles ~ed up the car park...

This room is so impressive it would be a shame to ~ it up.

PHRASAL VERB: V P n (not pron), V n P, also V n P with n

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