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disambiguate

verb dis·am·big·u·ate \ˌdis-am-ˈbi-gyə-ˌwāt, -gyü-ˌāt\
dis·am·big·u·at·eddis·am·big·u·at·ing

Definition of DISAMBIGUATE

transitive verb
:  to establish a single semantic or grammatical interpretation for
dis·am·big·u·a·tion \-ˌbi-gyə-ˈwā-shən, -gyü-ˈā-\ noun

First Known Use of DISAMBIGUATE

1963

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