ambiguitynoun [ C or U ]uk /ˌæm.bɪˈɡjuː.ə.ti/ us /ˌæm.bɪˈɡjuː.ə.t̬i/
There are some ambiguities in the legislation.
- There is some ambiguity in the Bible story, and it has been interpreted in different ways.
- The law ought to be tightened to avoid any ambiguity.
- Is he now saying that he's in favour of going to war? His statement is full of ambiguity.
- Let me say this, to avoid any ambiguity, - I am not leaving my wife.
- Be as precise as possible in your answer, so that there is no ambiguity.
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