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Definition of clutter verb from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



    clutter something (up) (with something/somebody)Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they clutter
    he / she / it clutters
    past simple cluttered
    -ing form cluttering
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  1. 1to fill a place with too many things, so that it is messy Don't clutter the page with too many diagrams. I don't want all these files cluttering up my desk.
  2. 2(figurative) Try not to clutter your head with trivia.
See the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary entry: clutter

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