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truth-function

[ trooth-fuhngk-shuhn ]
/ 藞tru胃藢f蕦艐k 蕛蓹n /
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noun Logic.
a statement so constructed from other statements that its truth-value depends on the truth-values of the other statements rather than on their meanings.
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truth-function

noun logic
a function that determines the truth-value of a complex sentence solely in terms of the truth-values of the component sentences without reference to their meaning
a complex sentence whose truth-value is so determined, such as a negation or conjunction
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