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/ˈvaləˌdāt/,
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validated, past participle; validated, past tense; validating, present participle; validates, 3rd person singular present;
  1. Check or prove the validity or accuracy of (something)
    • - these estimates have been validated by periodic surveys
  2. Demonstrate or support the truth or value of
    • - in a healthy family a child's feelings are validated
  3. Make or declare legally valid


  1. declared or made legally valid; "a validated claim"
  2. (validate) prove valid; show or confirm the validity of something
  3. (validate) give evidence for
  4. (validating) collateral: serving to support or corroborate; "collateral evidence"
  5. (validation) the act of validating; finding or testing the truth of something
  6. (validation) establishment: the cognitive process of establishing a valid proof
  7. Validated is a Keith Martin's album released on 23 March 2004 by Orchard. The song "Whateva U Need" was released as a single Album information on Soul Treasures.
  8. (Validate (McAfee)) McAfee, Inc. is an antivirus software and computer security company headquartered in Santa Clara, California. It markets McAfee VirusScan and related security products and services, including the IntruShield, Entercept, and Foundstone brands. ...
  9. (Validation (drug manufacture)) Validation in the pharmaceutical and medical device industry is defined as the documented act of demonstrating that a procedure, process, and activity will consistently lead to the expected results. It often includes the qualification of systems and equipment. ...
  10. (79. Validate) To determine, substantiate, verify, or confirm whether a given statement or argument passes specific standards.
  11. (Validate) 1. to attest to the correctness and reliability of a financial item. A validity review or test is required by the accountant to satisfy the legitimacy of the item. An example of validation is the examination and approval of an employee's expense request form by a supervisor. ...
  12. (Validate) The process of reviewing and testing a proposed technical process or procedure
  13. (Validate) To check or prove that something is correct.
  14. (Validate) To ensure that a ticket is legitimate. Validation ensures that the ticket was generated by the correct ticketing agent by testing the message authentication code (MAC) and that the IP address in the ticket is the same as the host IP address of the machine issuing the request. ...
  15. (Validate) returns a value indicating the highest level it completed without running into an error. If the error conclusively disproved the email address, the return value is hexVeLevelBad.
  16. (validate) Checking that something is what it’s supposed to be. In Rails, data validation should be performed in the model, though some checks may also be performed in view code—for example, in Ajax applications that do as much on the client as possible.
  17. (validate) The process of ensuring that the active policy set contains a default management class and reporting on copy group definition errors.
  18. (validate) To confirm as acceptable, appropriate, or correct.
  19. (validate) [Not defined] – to make valid, used in the context of valid publication of a name, either with reference to an existing designation (e.g. Art. 42 Ex. 1), or in describing the method by which this is effected (e.g. Rec. 32A.1).
  20. (validate) to confirm or establish worthiness or truth
  21. Warwick may validate a course designed and delivered by another institution, in which case we formally award the qualification. When we are talking about new courses/modules, Warwick does not use "validate" as a synonym for "approve".
  22. (Validating) With the wealth of information available to students combined with the lack of authentication of data, students of today and tomorrow must be able to validate the veracity of their information sources. ...
  23. (Validating) Of an argument form every instance of which is valid.
  24. (Validating) Praising, commending.
  25. (Validation) The act of confirming a product or service meets the requirements for which it was intended.