Examples of ambiguously
The context is the most important thing in a translation. A translator might forget a word, but if the context is clear enough to him, he could make himself understood with no problems, but if he gets an isolated sentence with no explanation, he might understand it ambiguously and he won't translate the real meaning from the original language. That's why you should always provide context when asking for a translator's help.
Don’t look for ambiguously tortured protagonists or convoluted plot developments in “Othello.” Arguably one of Shakespeare’s most simply structured tragedies, it offers as straightforward a portrait of unvarnished evil as can be found in the Shakespearean canon, and director Melissa Chalsma honors...
(Los Angeles Times - Culture Monster, )
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