Make clear to understand (Explain)
To make clear to understand
The doctor is going to explain the man’s health condition.
To express in a simple and direct way so that people understand without any confusion
I tried to make my ideas clear, but the children did not understand them.
To say what something or someone is like
The doctor is going to describe the man’s health condition.
To give information about someone or something to someone by speaking or writing
I told him about his health condition.
To make something clearer or easier to understand
The doctor clarified my health condition.
Go through something
To carefully explain something, especially one step at a time
I went through how the project would be carried out at the meeting.
To explain an idea, beliefs, etc. in a way people can understand
I am not very good at putting my ideas across.
To explain, describe, or arrange something in a clear and detailed way in speech or writing
I set out our objections to the plan at the conference.
To explain or describe something clearly, usually in writing
SW: set out
All the terms and conditions are laid out in the documents.
To explain, read, or look at something quickly
I ran through details of the evening’s events at the briefing.