An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (in force)
a. válido
The warranty on your washing machine will be valid for the next three years.La garantía de su lavadora será válida durante los próximos tres años.
2. (well-founded)
a. válido
The comments you make in the last section of your thesis make your argument less valid.Los comentarios que haces en el último apartado de tu tesis hacen que tu argumento sea menos válido.
b. legítimo
If you want me to excuse the fact that you didn't submit your homework, you will have to provide a more valid excuse.Si quieres que te excuse por no haber entregado tu tarea, vas a tener que darme una excusa más legítima.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. válido(a)
valid for six monthsválido durante seis meses
no longer validcaducado(a)
valid [ˈvælɪd]
1 [+argument, point, question] válido; [+excuse, claim, objection] válido; legítimo
that argument is not valid ese argumento no es válido or no vale
2 [+ticket, passport, licence, contract] válido; valedero
a ticket valid for three months un billete válido or valedero para tres meses; that ticket is no longer valid ese billete ya no vale or ha caducado ya
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