ambi root words

ambi root words, Language Skills Abroad
When the speaker used the ambiguousness of “1 + 2 = 3”, Mark didn’t know if the man meant “one man plus two women”, or “one woman plus two men”, or “a father, a mother, plus a child”; as shown in the illustration below.
Jane broke both of her arms when she fell down the stairs and had them in casts; the ambilevosity that followed prevented her from doing anything until her arms were healed again.

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Moving around; surrounding on all sides; as, the ambient air
A person whose nature combines those of the introvert and extrovert

ambi root words, Language Skills Abroad
Following is a list of words based on the Ambi Root Word:
The Ambi Root Word has Latin origin which refers to the equivalence between two opposing ideas or forces. For example ambidextrous, is somebody who is able to use the right and left hands equally well, and can be split as follows,

ambi root words, Language Skills Abroad
5. Ambitious : (adj) eager for achievement and honor
18. Perambulator : (n) one who travels around; baby carriage