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We need to send an unambiguous message to the world that ivory is not for sale and that elephants are globally protected. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They argue that modern ivory is often passed off as antique and that poachers need to be sent an unambiguous message that ivory has no commercial value. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Notice: users must receive a clear and unambiguous notice that a web site collects data for the purposes of OBA. Computing (2010)There are many aspects of the English sporting life that give foreigners an utterly unambiguous message. Times, Sunday Times (2006)These methods turned out to be very easy, giving clean and unambiguous results. The Runaway Brain: the Evolution of Human Uniqueness (1993) Clear, unambiguous language was required for public expenditure or to levy a tax. Times, Sunday Times (2015)But in the stillness of golf and snooker, foul play is clear and unambiguous. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The Government must make its commitment to new nuclear and clean coal plants clear and unambiguous as a matter of urgency. Times, Sunday Times (2010)THE weekend media verdict is loud, clear and unambiguous. The Sun (2011)It was a powerful and unambiguous message from President Xi. Times, Sunday Times (2015)If the policy's terms are unambiguous, we merely apply them to the facts of the case. Christianity Today (2000)That meant that in a claim based on a promise, he must prove the promise and that it was clear and unambiguous and devoid of relevant qualification. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The answer is simple: clear and unambiguous evidence of a slowdown in US economic growth. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'unambiguous'
British English: unambiguous ADJECTIVE
If you describe a message or comment as unambiguous, you mean that it is clear and cannot be understood wrongly.
...an election result that sent the party an unambiguous message.
Definition of unambiguous from the Collins English Dictionary
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