Complete Definition of "valid"

English

Etymology
:From MF. valide

Adjective
en-adj

  1. well grounded or justifiable, pertinent.

#:I will believe him as soon as he offers a valid answer.

  1. acceptable, proper or correct.

#:A valid format for the date is MM/DD/YY.
#:Do not drive without a valid license.

  1. related to the current topic, or presented within context, relevant.

Antonyms
invalid

Related terms
rfc-level|Related terms at L4+ not in L3 POS section (AutoFormat? would have corrected level of Antonyms)
validate
validation
validator

Translations
trans-top|well grounded or justifiable, pertinent
Hungarian: alapos, megalapozott, indokolt
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trans-top|acceptable, proper or correct
Arabic: ARchar|شرع٠(šáraÊi)
Chinese: ææç (yÇuxiào-de)
Dutch: geldig
Finnish: kelpaava, pätevä, voimassa oleva, voimassaoleva
French: valide
German: gültig
Hungarian: érvényes
Icelandic: gildur
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Italian: valido
Japanese: æå¹ãª (ãããããª, yÅ«kÅ-na)
Korean: ì í¨í (yuhyohan)
Polish: ważny
Portuguese: válido
Russian: дейÑÑвиÑелÑнÑй (dejstvítelânyj)
Spanish: válido
Swedish: giltig
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trans-top|related to the current topic
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fr:valid
io:valid
it:valid
hu:valid
simple:valid
fi:valid
te:valid
vi:valid
tr:valid
zh:valid

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