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clutter up

To overcrowd a space or area with something. A noun or pronoun can be used between "clutter" and "up." I have so many books at home that they're starting to clutter up the place. Every time my kids come home from college for the summer, they clutter up the whole house with their stuff.
See also: up

clutter something up

to mess something up; to fill something or some place up with too many things. Heaps of newspapers cluttered the room up and made it a fire hazard. Who cluttered up this house?
See also: up
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Please join me in a campaign to ask the council to introduce measures to tackle unnecessary street clutter and ensure that our high street is fully accessible to those who are blind or partially sighted.
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The key messages of the various brands are not only lost in such a clutter but also fail to generate brand recall among the consumers.
The key is to not let clutter get so bad that it trips you up, literally or figuratively.
Detection of a signal of interest in a background of clutter is a fundamental task in the radar systems [1].
Clutter suppression or the detection of weak targets in heavy clutter environments is considered a challenging problem, mainly because it is not possible to discriminate the target from the clutter in the Doppler frequency domain.