all clear, the

all clear, the
,all `clear, the noun
a signal or announcement that tells people that a period of danger has ended:
The bomb had been safely disarmed and the all clear was given.
a. if someone who has been sick or injured is given the all clear, doctors tell them that they are well again

Usage of the words and phrases in modern English. 2013.

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