sweeping account crossword clue

You should add this below your solution.
Unfortunately, the first bit is often misinterpreted as meaning having meaning, and the last bit is vaguely written and often misinterpreted as meaning having meaning, so if someone really wants this to appear in Wiktionary they can easily attest it and I am wasting keystrokes.
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Anyway, it is part of the dictionary.
I don't see any particular problem with having a Translingual entry for the "com" TLD, and an English entry for the noun ".com" (qua alternative spelling).
They did not dare to go to the police.
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