Proper: adj. The adjective “clean” has many meanings:
A. Who is not dirty, does not dirty.
1. Aged sense: Having the proper, clean appearance.
A clean (decent) outfit.
Modern meaning: A clean (neat) copy.
Substantive: To put, to recopy to the clean, to the neat (opposed to to the draft).
By extension: Done properly.
This is clean (correct) work.
Pianist who has his own playing.
2. Common sense: Which has no trace of dirt, grime, dust,...
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