Definition of non-ambiguous in English:

non-ambiguous

Line breaks: non-ambigu¦ous
Pronunciation: /nɒnamˈbɪɡjʊəs
 
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adjective

Not having a double meaning; not ambiguous.
More example sentences
  • And we must have a non-ambiguous, non-conditional position of defending all oppressed groups.
  • I would like it crystallised by this Court, in words that are non-ambiguous, that what was done was a criminal offence.
  • It must further develop a transparent, consistent and non-ambiguous regulatory environment.

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