Definition of validity in English:

validity

Syllabification: va·lid·i·ty
Pronunciation: /vəˈlidətē
 
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noun

1The quality of being logically or factually sound; soundness or cogency: one might question the validity of our data
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  • Of its factual validity, there can be little question.
  • The validity of the data may have been affected in several ways.
  • This convergence of results across studies using different, complementary methods attests to the validity of the findings.
1.1The state of being legally or officially binding or acceptable: return travel must be within the validity of the ticket
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  • However, according to the applicant, nothing he did or did not do should affect the validity of the agreement.
  • In many cases consent was obtained by Government officials through fraud, coercion or misrepresentation, tactics which annulled the validity of such consent.
  • There is, to be sure, a measure of validity to the identification.

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