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Multiple Meanings
tautology — a linguistic tautology

It is an intentional tautology as when Gertrude Stein said "A rose is a rose is a rose."
useless repetition in different words (such as "unmarried bachelor")
tautology — a logical tautology

She didn’t proved anything. It’s a tautology to propose as a premise that "All men are pigs," and that "Bob is therefore a pig because he’s a man." The "proof" is in the premise—which is to say, there is no proof.
a statement that is necessarily true (such as "She will win the election or she won’t.")
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