One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Not having a double meaning; not ambiguous.
- ‘It must further develop a transparent, consistent and non-ambiguous regulatory environment.’
- ‘A method, apparatus, and article of manufacture are disclosed that provide an efficient and non-ambiguous differentiation and subsequent selection of a single virtual element displayed in close proximity with multiple other virtual elements on a two-dimensional graphics display.’
- ‘I would like it crystallised by this Court, in words that are non-ambiguous, that what was done was a criminal offence.’
- ‘And we must have a non-ambiguous, non-conditional position of defending all oppressed groups.’
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