declutter 8 [declutter] (also de-clutter) [diːˈklʌtə(r)] [diːˈklʌtər] verb intransitive, transitive
to remove things that you do not use so that you have more space and can easily find things when you need them

Moving is a good opportunity to declutter.

\de-clutter sth

a 7-step plan to help you declutter your home

Declutter one room at a time.

She helps people declutter their schedules, houses, and minds.

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