be vague

See: equivocate
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But good goals must also be vague on the "how" so that the senior team has latitude on how the goal will be accomplished.
Predicate-vagueness is characterised by "there being border cases", yet the existential quantifier is precise(3) so the notion of a border case must be vague.
It is misplaced recognition of the fact that any characterisation of what it is for a term to be vague will itself partially characterise the term "vauge", since "vague" is a vague term; the analysis catches itself within its scope.
If candidates are vague communicators in the interview, chances are they will be vague communicators in their jobs, as well.