clear out of some place
clear (someone or something) out of (some place)
1. To remove something from a space or area. We need to clear some of this junk out of the garage so that I can actually put my car in it!
2. To impel or force someone or something to leave a place. If we call the cops, they'll clear everyone out of that raucous house party immediately.
clear someone or something out of some placeand clear someone or something out
to make someone or something leave a place. Please clear all the people out of here. Clear out the people quickly, please.