cleanup

[kleen-uhp]
noun
1.
the act or process of cleaning up.
2.
Slang. a very large profit: The company made a real cleanup on their new invention.
3.
Baseball.
a.
the fourth position in the batting order: Our best home-run hitter is batting cleanup.
b.
the player who bats in this position.

Origin:
1865–70, Americanism; noun use of verb phrase clean up

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Example sentences
We'd usually give the kids some jobs, setting the table or helping with cleanup.
Roasting all the ingredients of this meal together guarantees rich flavor and
  makes for easy cleanup.
Do a thorough fall cleanup and remove all debris from the ground below trees.
And there's no cleanup: the cartridges miraculously disappear.
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