Definition of disambiguation in US English:

disambiguation

noun

  • See disambiguate

    • ‘The goal of the interview is the disambiguation of the client's need.’
    • ‘Zoom-ins that do not create any significant disembedding or disambiguation will also not be counted.’
    • ‘The imperfections of polysemy analyses have not deterred computational linguists from attempting to devise algorithms for disambiguation and sense selection.’
    • ‘These kinds of approaches do not use multiagent architectures and instead target complex knowledge representation and sophisticated meaning disambiguation.’
    • ‘Her research in computational linguistics includes work in the areas of word-sense disambiguation and discourse analysis, where she has published numerous papers over the past 15 years.’

Pronunciation

disambiguation

/-ˌbiɡyo͞oˈāSHən/