from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Acting against or interacting with more than one kind of antigen, antibody, toxin, or microorganism.
- adj. Chemistry Having more than one valence.
- adj. Chemistry Having a valence of 3 or higher.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. multivalent; having a number of different forms, purposes, meanings, aspects or principles.
- adj. Having a high valence, especially more than three
- adj. Having multiple valencies
- adj. Containing antibodies to more than one kind of pathogen
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Multivalent.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Having a valence greater than unity: used of chemical elements and radicals. The term is sometimes used, less correctly, of compounds, especially of alcohols and phenols, derived from polyvalent radicals. Such compounds are now correctly termed polyacid alcohols.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. containing several antibodies each capable of counteracting a specific antigen
- adj. having more than one valence, or having a valence of 3 or higher
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In short, or long, if I envy KÃ¢teb anything it is his polyvalent and polyglot genius!
In short, or long, if I envy Kâteb anything it is his polyvalent and polyglot genius!
Here, Brion Gysin the intermedialist finally emerges, not simply sporting several hats at once, but wearing a whole polyvalent outfit of his own design -- a king, genial and quirky but masterful nonetheless, of many interfacing trades.
The solution is given as the moderationregreg of openess to polyvalent/many valued life discussion. disclose the desire of the mundane reputation is a sickness, it would be an indulgence to call it a malady, who would cut open your belly to free your vomit?
I can only remark that most words that refer to any cultural institution or practice are polyvalent.
The polyvalent religious imagery and language was back again on Heroes tonight SPOILERS in what follows.
Regardless of the psychoactive effects or "gateway drug" status of either drug, the delivery system, inhaling smoke, is a known and polyvalent health risk to the user and those in the vicinity of the user.
Here's the reason: No matter how simple superheroes may seem, they're still complex enough to be richly polyvalent.
Perso, je trouve que je suis aimable, que je bosse bien, ne rechigne a rien du tout comme tâche, je suis polyvalent, je ne me cantonne pas a ma charcuterie et mon fromage ...
Unless one is limiting oneself to modern English rather than the underlying concept, then the notion of "God" is much broader and more polyvalent.