The term clearance may refer to the following:

  • the action, process or instance of clearing or being dispersed
  • a formal or official authorization, permission or certification or the state of having satisfied the conditions for something to proceed or take place
  • the amount of space necessary for two objects that may or may not be in motion to avoid making contact
  • the disposal of older merchandise, generally at a reduced price, in order to make room for new goods

See also:
"Clearance" is in the UNSPSC Code "55101517"
  Clearance or dimensional drawings

Ref: 123367/2006-10-14

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