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truth-value

[ trooth-val-yoo ]
/ ˈtruθˌvæl yu /
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noun Logic.
the truth or falsehood of a proposition: The truth-value of “2 + 2 = 5” is falsehood.
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Origin of truth-value

First recorded in 1915–20
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British Dictionary definitions for truth-value

truth-value

noun
logic
  1. either of the values, true or false, that may be taken by a statement
  2. by analogy, any of the values that a semantic theory may accord to a statement
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Scientific definitions for truth-value

truth-value
[ trōōthvăl′yōō ]

The truth or falsity of a logical proposition.
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