He would not accept what they were offering and he was unequivocal about that.
The message he received from his supporters back home was unequivocal. The directors were unequivocal in their opposition to the corporate changes.
The word unequivocal is an adjective. It means to be unambiguous.
The unequivocal lesson of history is that something will always be left for the poor
The world had unequivocal support for the recovery effort in Haiti after the earthquake. The request for a toga party at school received an unequivocal refusal from the principal.
The correct spelling is unequivocal.Unequivocal is defined as "leaving no doubt, unambiguous, unmistakeable".
clear, not confusing.
the jargon is on the board
Unequivocal means admitting of no doubt or misunderstanding; having only one meaning or interpretation and leading to only one conclusion. :)
the computer jargon we use in French, is the English computer jargon...
It's an adjective.
The email jargon is - BCNU.
Jargon Software was created in 1997.
Legal English is simply jargon
That is the correct spelling of "jargon" (special or technical language).
Jargon is an uncountable noun. It has no plural
Jargon is information about something of a particular group. e.g: Scientist's Jargon would be Bunsen Burners, Beakers and Test Tubes.
Timmy couldn't understand the paragraph because it was cluttered with literary jargon.
Cant. Cant is the jargon of theives. It is not the same word as can't.
(Jargon is not gibberish or nonsense - it refers to words used in a group or occupation)The science student found it hard to understand the jargon of the astronomers.He had little patience for the jargon of diplomats and their endlessly qualified statements.Like most scientists, he wrote in a technical jargon that had to be translated to the managers.His speech included some very technical jargon that most of the attendees did not understand.
Slang is a five letter word for jargon.
how does jargon enhance communication
My gosh, those people certainly have different jargon to get used to.
jargon is the lingo or words used by a line of work or profession ex. oftentimes webpage makers will use jargon as a way to express complex functions also lawyers and paralegals often use dialect that is known as law jargon