Nghĩa của từ ambiguity|ambiguities bằng Tiếng Anh
[am·bi·gu·i·ty || ‚æmbɪ'gjuːɪtɪ]
vagueness; lack of clarity
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1. Ambiguities definition: → ambiguity Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
2. Notes on Ambiguity There are two types of Ambiguity: Genuine ambiguities, where a sentence really can have two different meanings to an intelligent hearer, and "computer" ambiguities, where the meaning is entirely clear to a hearer but a computer detects more than one meaning.
3. Notes on Ambiguity There are two types of ambiguity: Genuine Ambiguities, where a sentence really can have two different meanings to an intelligent hearer, and "computer" Ambiguities, where the meaning is entirely clear to a hearer but a computer detects more than one meaning.
4. Although unnoticed Ambiguities can create philosophical problems, ambiguity is philosophically important also because philosophers often make spurious claims of it
5. From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Ambiguity am‧bi‧gu‧i‧ty / ˌæmbɪˈɡjuːəti / AWL noun (plural ambiguities) [countable, uncountable] the state of being unclear, confusing, or not certain, or things that produce this effect Ambiguity in There was an element of Ambiguity in the president’s reply.
6. Patent Ambiguities raise an exception to the general rule of contra proferentem, which courts use to construe Ambiguities against the drafter: a contractor is under a duty to attempt to resolve a patent ambiguity prior to bidding if the contractor subsequently wishes to rely upon the provision.
7. Ambiguities in the process of EPR
8. Synonyms for Ambiguities in Free Thesaurus
9. Ambiguity definition, doubtfulness or uncertainty of meaning or intention: to speak with Ambiguity; an Ambiguity of manner
10. What does Ambiguities mean? Information and translations of Ambiguities in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
11. Plural Ambiguities a situation in which something has more than one possible meaning and may therefore cause confusion, or an example of this: We wish to remove any ambiguity concerning our demands
12. Ambiguities Clause Law and Legal Definition The Ambiguities clause is an important factor in a contract
13. There are still some Ambiguities …
14. ‘The potential for ambiguity aside, this was an offer that couldn't be refused.’ ‘The same person will tolerate ambiguity in one situation but not in another.’ ‘I'm waiting to see the response from the guys about the specific details and Ambiguities in the other parts of the stories.’
15. An unclear, indefinite, or equivocal word, expression, meaning, etc.: a contract free of Ambiguities; the Ambiguities of modern poetry.
16. Other terms used for Ambiguity are amphibologia, amphibolia, and semantic Ambiguity.
17. Scope Ambiguity: It is under debate whether this type of Ambiguity is a form of syntactic or lexical Ambiguity, or whether it represents a unique class of Ambiguity
18. Ambiguity (countable and uncountable, plural Ambiguities) (countable) Something, particularly words and sentences, that is open to more than one interpretation, explanation or meaning, if that meaning etc cannot be determined from its context.
19. Notes: This Good Word has two nouns: Ambiguousness is the state of being ambiguous while ambiguity may mean this or "an ambiguous thing" and may be pluralized, as the ambiguities of life
20. Moral ambiguity takes off.
21. Definition of Ambiguities in the Definitions.net dictionary
22. Ambiguities arise when the terms of a …
23. Something with Ambiguity is unclear
24. And if Ambiguities are not resolved under the first two rules of interpretation, the Ambiguities are construed against the insurer in favor of coverage
25. Exhaustive, conclusive study demonstrating specific Ambiguities in the documents of Vatican II from the mouths of the Council Fathers themselves, demolishing the argument that the charge of ambiguity in conciliar documents is a canard of Traditionalist bloggers.