Word of the Day: Bipartisan

By Daniel Scocco - 1 minute read

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Bipartisan (bī-pär’tĭ-zən) is used to indicate that something is created or supported by both sides. Usually, it refers to the major political parties in a country.

Mr Bush turned down bipartisan calls to woo Iran and Syria. Instead, he accused those countries of instigating the violence in Iraq. (The Economist)

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