Translation of validity in Spanish:

validity

validez, n.

Pronunciation: /vəˈlɪdədi//vəˈlɪdɪti/

noun

  • 1

    (of passport, ticket)
    validez feminine
    • Individuals could also be naturalised as subjects, but naturalisation held only in the place where it had been granted, and had no validity elsewhere in the Empire.
    • The minister was asked what guidance had been issued on the validity of fatwas and of other rulings issued by religious authorities to decide matrimonial disputes.
    • This step is a safety mechanism to prevent prescription forgery because each number can be checked to verify its validity.
    • First, it questions the validity of the electoral registry.
    • When road maintenance charges were applied to interstate vehicles in 1933, there were a number of test cases on their constitutional validity.
    • They refused to recognise the appointment, and announced plans for a legal challenge against the validity of the new government.
    • 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.
    • In many instances, those who pitted the "spirit" of the Council against what the Council actually said undermined the very validity of canon law.
    • So any publication thereafter would not destroy any validity that this patent might have?
    • Many judges in America are questioning the validity of the sentencing guidelines.
    • It is now clear that the other type of living will is effective in English law, subject to certain tests for validity.
    • In summary, it is possible to suggest that the principles governing the validity of parental consent to research are as follows.
    • However, according to the applicant, nothing he did or did not do should affect the validity of the agreement.
  • 2

    (soundness)
    validez feminine
    • In addition, the validity of peer ratings has been extensively investigated in military settings, suggesting that the peer measure has served us well.
    • In the latter case, you may decide to assess the validity of such views or come up with a better interpretation of your own.
    • It is methodologically challenging to establish the validity of either mother or father reports of father involvement, particularly when parents do not agree.
    • They too have their validity to offer to the reader.
    • The validity of the data may have been affected in several ways.
    • Of its factual validity, there can be little question.
    • Several general practitioners were lost to follow up, which threatens the internal validity of the trial.
    • Secondly, question the validity of the information.
    • Triangulation is one way to increase the validity of a qualitative study.
    • One can hardly expect a national drug policy to be effective when serious questions may arise over the validity of the estimates on which it is based.
    • This questionnaire has adequate reliability and validity.
    • This convergence of results across studies using different, complementary methods attests to the validity of the findings.
    • In principle, considerations about generalisability should not affect the internal validity inherent in a well performed randomised controlled clinical trial.
    • This characterization seeks to move beyond judging the absolute truth value of a propagandist statement (since often those propagandizing believe fully in the validity of their messages).
    • Secondly, even granting validity, the argument is still unsound as its two main premises are either simply false or, at best, highly controversial.
    • Given this methodological limitation, the external validity of the present findings is clearly an issue.
    • The assessment of content validity is a subjective judgment by the investigator, observer, or groups of subject matter experts.
    • I'd like to defend the validity of this comparison.
    • The external validity of these findings requires further proof.
    • A proof may be messy, dreary, tedious, or look like a joke, but there must be an unequivocal criterion for its validity, even if accessible to but a few specialists.