ambiguousadjectiveuk /æmˈbɪɡ.ju.əs/ us /æmˈbɪɡ.ju.əs/
- The contract is phrased in a rather ambiguous way.
- His attitude to environmental issues was sometimes quite ambiguous.
- Legal experts claim that the law on this matter is ambiguous, and that the way the company interpreted it was reasonable.
- What do you think the title really means? It's rather ambiguous, isn't it?
- If you don't use the correct grammar the meaning can be a bit ambiguous and lead to confusion.