clean up

[clean up] {v. phr.} 1. To wash and make oneself presentable.

After quitting for the day in the garage, Tim decided to clean up and put on a clean shirt.

2. To finish; terminate.

The secretary promised her boss to clean up all the unfinished work before leaving on her Florida vacation.

3. {informal} To make a large profit.

The clever investors cleaned up on the stock market last week.