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From Dictionary

clarify: to make something clearer or easier to understand

Who is the one who needs to clarify?

In a situation when someone explained a concept to you but you have some doubts on certain parts of the concept. You were swamped by the tasks at hand and there wasn't an opportunity to ask the person to elaborate further at that point of time.

In subsequent meet up, you were asked for your opinion on the concept.

If I were to reply:

I wasn't in the right headspace to clarify .....

does it sound like I am the one who need to provide more clarity of the concept?

In addition to that, often in work email, I read "If you have any questions, please feel free to clarify", I understand the sender means feel free for the recipient to raise any questions they have on the context of the email. Will it be equally appropriate to say "If you have any questions, feel free to ask for more clarification."?

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