Definition of unambiguously in English:

unambiguously

adverb

  • In a manner that is not open to more than one interpretation.

    ‘she answered questions clearly and unambiguously’
    ‘the oldest known fossil unambiguously identified as a bird’
    • ‘And what they celebrated, unambiguously, was their own content.’
    • ‘Copyright law is unambiguously hostile to people who swap music files over the Internet.’
    • ‘He has not recorded such a consistent display of unambiguously jazzy improvisation since the mid-1970s.’
    • ‘Nor were all these changes unambiguously for the better.’
    • ‘It unambiguously raises the effective cost of employment for minimum wage jobs.’

Pronunciation

unambiguously

/ˌʌnamˈbɪɡjʊəsli/