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Clear The Table ( move dirty things off of the table so it can be clean and ready for use ... )

"Clear The Table"

Before meals and after meals people like to move dirty things off of the table to make it clean.

Example: "Everyone is done eating. Would you like to clear the table?"

Clearing the table after a meal is moving dirty dishes away and putting them in the kitchen or the sink to be washed.

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