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Wordsmith.org Forums General Topics Miscellany "I'm clear about that" or "It's clear to me"?
I don't think there's a scintilla of difference between "It's clear to me." and "I'm clear on that."
At least two scintillae, Shirley. "It's clear to me" is unambiguous while "I'm clear on that" leans heavily on the context. It could convey understanding or refer to a criminal charge or be part of an animated transparent tape testimonial.
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