Fr.: vérité nécessaire
râstini-ye pâri, ~ pârâl
Fr.: vérité partielle
1) The quality of being true, genuine, actual, or factual.
M.E. treuthe; O.E. trêowth "faith, faithfulness, fidelity; quality of being true," from triewe, treowe "faithful," → tue, with suffix *-itho-th.
Noun from râstin, → true, + noun suffix -i.
Fr.: fonction de vérité
Fr.: table de vérité
A table with columns and rows that lists the resultant → truth value of the given → sentences for each of the possible combinations of truth values to the simple sentences out of which the given sentences are constructed.
Fr.: valeur de vérité
The quality of a logical → proposition (or a formal → symbol) which describes the relation of a proposition to → truth. The traditional → formal logic admits only two contradictory values, → true or → false. In → symbolic logic, more specifically in → polyvalent logics, other truth values are used (such as possible, impossible, undetermined, probable, random, etc.).