Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a certain valence or valency.
- adj. having valence
- adj. (chemistry) having valence; usually used in combination
- back-formation from valence (Wiktionary)
“When in doubt I'll stick with the old French adage: deux précautions valent mieux qu'une: better to be safe than sorry.”
“You might have to shop around for a good price, but "les chaises en valent certainement la peine" (= sure, the chairs are worthwhile).”
“Life is a complex and multi-valent experience, where nuance and thoughtfulness often get us nearer the truth than do bold assertions.”
“Plusiers sont vieillies, mais Merriam-Webster, The American Heritage Dictionary, The Oxford English Dictionary (quand il (elle?) arrive) et même Wiktionary valent la peine.”
“As one example, I brought up the phenomenon of serotype replacement, which can occur due to the use of what are called “multi-valent vaccines.””
“Only if we also ban the phrase “highly valent marker of pseudism.””
“The significance in the futurity of a “we” who learn by asking, however, is of the utmost importance in beginning to understand the multi-valent temporalities of the collectivity in Anglo-Saxon and medieval literature.”
“Working in a poetic that is both multi-valent and articulately human, Degentesh creates a space that casually articulates an anger toward the casualness we use to describe the politically grave – a space that, to paraphrase Baudrillard once more, is more casual than casual.”
“They ascribe this to the reaction of water with zero-valent aluminum.”
“The latter process appears to be the reaction of H2O plus zero-valent aluminum; this reaction did not proceed to a large extent in the usual desorption tests.”
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