[ dis-am-big-yoo-eyt ]
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Part of Speech verb
Origin + Etymology
Early-19th century; Latin from "dis" (lack of, not) and "ambiguous" (of doubtful or uncertain nature, open to various interpretations)
  • rephrase transcribe confirm
  • confuse
to remove the ambiguity from; make unambiguous
A) The team of scholars worked through the night to disambiguate the mysterious text. B) She tried to disambiguate the professor's notes for the lecture but swiftly found the task daunting.
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