To introduce an unusual or unfamiliar word, to coin new words, or to introduce a new meaning to a familiar word."
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"To reduce vagueness and eliminate ambiguity."
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"A definition that points to, names, or describes one or more examples of something to which the defined term applies."
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"A definition that gives another word or phrase that means the same thing as the term being defined."
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"A definition that specifies the type of thing the term applies to and the differences between the things the term applies to and other things of the same type."
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