What does BIPARTITE mean?

BIPARTITE meaning in General Dictionary

becoming in two components having two correspondent parts as an appropriate agreement or writing one for each celebration shared by two as a bipartite treaty

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  • divided into two portions very nearly toward base
  • involving two parts or elements
  • Being in 2 components; having two correspondent components, as a appropriate agreement or writing, one for every celebration; provided by two; since, a bipartite pact.
  • divided in to two components practically on base, as a leaf; composed of two components or subdivisions.

BIPARTITE meaning in Law Dictionary

Consisting of, or divisible into, two parts. A phrase in conveyancing descriptive of an instrument in 2 components, and executed by both parties.


BIPARTITE meaning in Etymology Dictionary

1570s, from Latin bipartitus "divided," past participle of bipartire "to divide into two parts," from bi- (see bi-) + partitus, past participle of partiri "to divide" (see component (v.)).


BIPARTITE meaning in General Dictionary

(a.) Being in two parts; having two correspondent parts, as a legal agreement or writing, one for each celebration; shared by two; since, a bipartite pact.

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  • (a.) split into two components practically towards the base, as a leaf; composed of two components or subdivisions.

Sentence Examples with the word BIPARTITE

He held that the Son was a torch lighted at the torch of the Father, that Father and Son are a bipartite light.

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