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Hasil cari dari kata atau frase: vague(0.00905 detik)
Found 3 items, similar to vague.
English → Indonesian (quick)
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English → English (WordNet)
adj 1: not clearly understood or expressed; “an obscure turn of
phrase”; “an impulse to go off and fight certain
obscure battles of his own spirit”-Anatole Broyard;
“their descriptions of human behavior become vague,
dull, and unclear”- P.A.Sorokin; “vague...forms of
speech...have so long passed for mysteries of
science”- John Locke [syn: obscure]
2: not precisely limited, determined, or distinguished; “an
undefined term”; “undefined authority”; “some undefined
sense of excitement”; “vague feelings of sadness”; “a
vague uneasiness” [syn: undefined] [ant: defined]
3: lacking clarity or distinctness; “a dim figure in the
distance”; “only a faint recollection”; “shadowy figures
in the gloom”; “saw a vague outline of a building through
the fog”; “a few wispy memories of childhood” [syn: dim,
faint, shadowy, wispy]
English → English (gcide)
Vague \Vague\ (v[=a]g), a. [Compar. Vaguer (v[=a]g"[~e]r);
superl. Vaguest.] [F. vague, or L. vagus. See Vague, v.
1. Wandering; vagrant; vagabond. [Archaic] “To set upon the
vague villains.” --Hayward.
She danced along with vague, regardless eyes.
2. Unsettled; unfixed; undetermined; indefinite; ambiguous;
as, a vague idea; a vague proposition.
This faith is neither a mere fantasy of future
glory, nor a vague ebullition of feeling. --I.
The poet turned away, and gave himself up to a sort
of vague revery, which he called thought.
3. Proceeding from no known authority; unauthenticated;
uncertain; flying; as, a vague report.
Some legend strange and vague. --Longfellow.
Vague year. See Sothiac year, under Sothiac.
Syn: Unsettled; indefinite; unfixed; ill-defined; ambiguous;
hazy; loose; lax; uncertain.
Vague \Vague\, n. [Cf. F. vague.]
An indefinite expanse. [R.]
The gray vague of unsympathizing sea. --Lowell.
Vague \Vague\, v. i. [F. vaguer, L. vagari, fr. vagus roaming.]
To wander; to roam; to stray. [Obs.] ``[The soul] doth vague
and wander.'' --Holland.
Vague \Vague\, n.
A wandering; a vagary. [Obs.] --Holinshed.