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    opposite of 'ambiguous'

    Dear Friends,

    Some natives say that the opposite of 'ambiguous' is not really 'not anomalous' or 'not obscure'. What do you think?

    Csika

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    Re: opposite of 'ambiguous'

    Quote Originally Posted by Csika View Post
    Dear Friends,

    Some natives say that the opposite of 'ambiguous' is not really 'not anomalous' or 'not obscure'. What do you think?

    Csika
    I agree. The opposite is 'unambiguous'.

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