Definition of grey area in English:

grey area

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noun

An ill-defined situation or area of activity not readily conforming to a category or set of rules: grey areas in the legislation have still to be clarified
More example sentences
  • Furr isn't opposed to exploiting the gray areas in the NASCAR rule book - actually, that's half the challenge.
  • There are indeed many grey areas within this issue, but I am quite sure that the law is correct in maintaining euthanasia's illegality.
  • I used to be idealistic enough to think that all the world was clean and tidy, that rules were rules, that there were no gray areas anywhere.

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