come clean 查询结果如下：
Come clean (with sb)(about sth);make a full and honest confession
I′ve got to come clean (with you)I was the one who broke the window.
The criminal decided to come clean .
Now Waldemar, whyn′t you come clean and tell him what′s on your mind?
called on Taiwanese President Chen Shui-bian to come clean on the assassination attempt
After he comes clean, I′ll do the best for you that I can
After several hours′ questioning, the man suspected of murdering the minister came clean at last
John came clean about his own views.
He came clean and confessed the whole thing.
You′d better come clean , otherwise we′ll break up .
In fact, I should probably come clean and say that I haven′t just said five nos.
That would be a bad reason to block the new casinos, but it should encourage the government to come clean .
But weaker banks have been the most reluctant to come clean : public data on their holdings are a year out of date.
Despite such big benefits, Mr Kim′s obligation to come clean about his nuclear past was never nailed down and was deferred for far too long.
You′d better come clean . We know you stole the money. Where is it?
This is your last chance to come clean with me about the truth.
Do the zetas think that Gore and his buddies might finally use the situation and do the right thing, start to come clean ?
The suspect didn′t come clean , I dare to say.
When my heart started pounding out of my chest, I knew I had to come clean with my parents.
After a few months with the support of her group Jennifer made the decision to come clean with her husband.
Step one: Open the 2-liter pop bottle (note: diet soda seems to work better and is less sticky come clean -up time)
Palmer tries to come clean to Maureen Kingsley but she already knew about Ferragamo′s death.
The question on deficit-trimming reveals why no political party has yet come clean about the fiscal pain that must follow the election.
At the very least, it had a chance to come clean about some of the hard choices facing the country.
If he grasps it, that will put pressure on the Tories to come clean about just how they would reduce spending.
But if the banks do not come clean , regulators should push them.
And Bree decided to come clean .
Everyone starts somewhere so I might as well come clean from the beginning.
1.To admit something to someone, often regarding a wrongdoing that one has tried to hide. The kids finally came clean about eating the cookies I'd made for the bake sale.
We have to come clean with the police before Joe gets punished for our crime!
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