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Ambiguous (adjective) /æm´bigjuəs/
Meaning: Uncertain, vague, can be understand in more than a way
Synonyms: hazy, obscure, nebulous
Antonyms: explicit, unquestionable
- Highly/somewhat ambiguous
- An ambiguous concept
- Be ambiguously worded
For IELTS Speaking:
The plot is ambiguous, which contributes to the huge success of the movie.
For IELTS Writing:
The government is denounced due to its ambiguous laws.
The legislation was ambiguously worded.
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