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ambiguous

adjective   /æmˈbɪɡ.ju.əs/
A having or expressing more than one possible meaning, sometimes intentionally ambiguo His reply to my question was somewhat ambiguous. The wording of the agreement is ambiguous. The government has been ambiguous on this issue.1130
ambiguously adverb   /-li/
con ambigüedad Some questions were badly or ambiguously worded.1130
(Definition of ambiguous from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

ambiguous

adjective /ӕmˈbiɡjuəs/
having more than one possible meaning ambiguo ’After the cat caught the mouse, it died’ is an ambiguous statement because it is unclear whether ’it’ refers to the cat or the mouse.
ambiguously adverb
ambiguamente, de forma ambigua This sentence is phrased rather ambiguously.
ambiguity /-ˈɡjuː-/ noun
ambigüedad the ambiguity of the poem’s ending.
(Definition of ambiguous from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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