many-valued

[ men-ee-val-yood ]
/ ˈmɛn iˈvæl yud /

adjective Mathematics.

(of a function) having the property that some elements in the domain have more than one image point; multiple-valued.

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Origin of many-valued

First recorded in 1930–35
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