Clip can mean "to bind together" or "to separate." You clip sheets of paper to together or separate part of a page by clipping something out.
Continue usually means to persist in doing something, but as a legal
term it means stop a proceeding temporarily.
Fight with can be interpreted three ways. “He fought with his
mother-in-law” could mean "They argued," "They served together in
the war," or "He used her as a weapon."
Hold up can mean "to support" or "to hinder."
Out can mean "visible" or "invisible." For example, “It’s a good
thing the full moon was out when the lights went out.”