adj.Containing representatives from both of two sides or parties.
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bipartisan — ● bipartisan, bipartisane adjectif Qui relève du bipartisme … Encyclopédie Universelle
bipartisan — also bi partisan, 1894, from BI (Cf. bi ) + PARTISAN (Cf. partisan) … Etymology dictionary
bipartisan — (Brit.) biÂ·parÂ·tiÂ·san || â€šbaÉªpÉ‘ËtÉª zÃ¦n adj. of two political parties; two party; supported by two political parties (also bipartizan) … English contemporary dictionary
bipartisan — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ involving the agreement or cooperation of two political parties. DERIVATIVES bipartisanship noun … English terms dictionary
bipartisan — [bī pär′tə zən, bī pär′təsən] adj. of, representing, or supported by two parties bipartisanship n … English World dictionary
bipartisan — adjective Date: 1895 of, relating to, or involving members of two parties < a bipartisan commission >; specifically marked by or involving cooperation, agreement, and compromise between two major political parties < bipartisan support for the… … New Collegiate Dictionary
bipartisan — bi|par|ti|san [ˌbaıpa:tıˈzæn US baıˈpa:rtızən] adj involving two political parties, especially parties with opposing views ▪ a bipartisan committee ▪ bipartisan cooperation … Dictionary of contemporary English
bipartisan — [[t]ba͟ɪpɑː(r)tɪzæ̱n, AM baɪpɑ͟ːrtɪz(ə)n[/t]] ADJ: usu ADJ n Bipartisan means concerning or involving two different political parties or groups. They made an attempt to develop a bipartisan approach to educational reform … English dictionary
bipartisan — bipartisanism, n. bipartisanship, n. /buy pahr teuh zeuhn/, adj. representing, characterized by, or including members from two parties or factions: Government leaders hope to achieve a bipartisan foreign policy. [1905 10; BI 1 + PARTISAN1] * * * … Universalium
bipartisan — See bipartisan, partisan, bipartite … Dictionary of problem words and expressions