It Takes Two: Bi – 10 Words

bilingual

using or knowing two languages

This study joins a heap of others suggesting that there are cognitive advantages to being bilingual.Economist (May 28, 2015)
bilateral

affecting or undertaken by two parties

Political leaders on both sides of the border have said they want to boost bilateral trade.Economist (Aug 13, 2015)
bipartisan

supported by both sides

Criminal justice reform has attracted some bipartisan support in the usually divided Congress.Reuters (Sep 22, 2015)
bicameral

composed of two legislative bodies

If Congress is pleased with itself for reaching a bipartisan, bicameral deal, it’s probably time to adjust its expectations and aim a little higher.MSNBC (Dec 10, 2014)
bifurcated

divided into or made up of two parts

And I think that’s why life has begun to feel so disjointed and different and bifurcated and uncertain.Forbes (Mar 1, 2013)
bisect

cut in half or cut in two

Anyway, once the games begin, every pitch is bisected and dissected; they parse out every last detail of every four-seam fastball.Washington Post (Oct 18, 2015)
bipolar

of or relating to manic depressive illness

Bipolar disorder, also known as manic-depressive illness, leads to dramatic mood swings or shifts in energy and activity levels.US News (Sep 18, 2015)
bigamy

having two spouses at the same time

Bigamy and polygamy are illegal under both federal and Montana state law.Reuters (Jul 3, 2015)
binoculars

an optical instrument for simultaneous use by both eyes

No need for telescopes or even binoculars, as the individual streaks of light can appear over large spans of the overhead sky.National Geographic (Oct 7, 2015)
biennial

occurring every second year

It found that younger women through age 54 benefit more from annual screening than biennial screening.Reuters (Oct 20, 2015)

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