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Ambiguous 1100 Words You Need Week 32 Day 3

Ambiguous 1100 Words You Need

Ambiguous 1100 Words You Need Week 32 Day 3 with authentic materials and examples, synonyms, antonyms, illustrated flashcards and text-to-speech for GRE, TOEFL & IELTS

/æmˈbɪg.ju.əs/ (adj)

having more than just one meaning or interpretation, difficult to understand and elusive, vague, cryptic, confusing, hazy, nebulous, unclear, abstruse, obscure, uncertain, indefinite, indistinct, woolly

The Spanish government will seize control of Catalonia if regional leader Carles Puigdemont gives an ambiguous reply to Madrid’s question about whether he has declared independence from Spain, the interior minister warned Saturday.

“The answer must be without any ambiguity. He must say Yes’ or No,” Spanish Interior Minister Juan Ignacio Zoido told Spanish radio, Reuters reported.

“If he answers ambiguously, it means he doesn’t want dialogue and thus the Spanish government will have to take action,” he added.


Antonyms: clear, transparent

Noun: ambiguity, ambiguousness

Adverb: ambiguously

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