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/'væləns - 'veiləns/ (valency) /'veilənsi/
Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: Chemistry The combining capacity of an atom or radical determined by the number of electrons that it will lose, add, or share when it reacts with other atoms.
- noun: Chemistry A positive or negative integer used to represent this capacity: The valences of copper are 1 and 2.
- noun: The number of binding sites of a molecule, such as an antibody or antigen.
- noun: The ability of a substance to interact with another or to produce an effect.
- noun: Psychology The degree of attraction or aversion that an individual feels toward a specific object or event.
- noun: Linguistics The number of arguments that a lexical item, especially a verb, can combine with to make a syntactically well-formed sentence, often along with a description of the categories of those constituents. Intransitive verbs (appear, arrive) have a valence of one—the subject; some transitive verbs (paint, touch), two—the subject and direct object; other transitive verbs (ask, give), three—the subject, direct object, and indirect object.
- noun: The capacity of something to unite, react, or interact with something else: "I do not claim to know much more about novels than the writing of them, but I cannot imagine one set in the breathing world which lacks any moral valence” ( Robert Stone).