meaning of BICAMERAL

BICAMERAL meaning in General Dictionary

comprising or including two chambers or legislative limbs

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  • comprising two chambers
  • composed of two legislative systems
  • comprising, or including, two chambers, or legislative branches.

BICAMERAL meaning in Law Dictionary

This terms indicates having 2 legislative homes such as for instance a senate and a home of associates which dissimilar to a government with one legislative parliament.


BICAMERAL meaning in Etymology Dictionary

"having two chambers," 1832, from bi- "two" (see bi-) + belated Latin digital camera "chamber" (identify camera) + -al (1).


BICAMERAL meaning in General Dictionary

(a.) composed of, or including, two chambers, or legislative limbs.


Sentence Examples with the word BICAMERAL

Government.-Representative government goes back to 1634, and the bicameral legislature to 1644.

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