Re: Interesting Sailboats
Originally Posted by Faster
From your link.... still
Are we trying to say 'versatile'??? multipurpose?? I would say that in this context the terms polyvalent or multivalent are not routinely used this side of the pond.
From the link:
Syrian film scholar Cécile Boëx examines how The Light in Her Eyes shatters fantasy and stereotypes about Islam and presents the mosque as a polyvalent space.
They also formulated a theory of monovalent and multivalent counterions in suspensions of polarizable colloids or nanoparticles which in some respects complements our work where the mono or polyvalent counterions themselves are treated as polarizable.
"polyvalence Same as multivalence."
Probably that means that the word exists in English but it is not much used by Americans.
"The exceptional firm R was also of this type after dilution of its highly planned collective polyvalence."
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