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bi·par·ti·san

 (bī-pär′tĭ-zən, -sən)
adj.
Of, consisting of, or supported by members of two parties, especially two major political parties: a bipartisan resolution.

bi·par′ti·san·ism n.
bi·par′ti·san·ship′ n.

bipartisan

(ˌbaɪpɑːtɪˈzæn; baɪˈpɑːtɪˌzæn)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) consisting of or supported by two political parties
ˌbipartiˈsanship n

bi•par•ti•san

(baɪˈpɑr tə zən)

adj.
representing, characterized by, or including members from two parties or factions.
[1905–10]
bi•par′ti•san•ism, n.
bi•par′ti•san•ship`, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.bipartisan - supported by both sidesbipartisan - supported by both sides; "a two-way treaty"
nonpartisan, nonpartizan - free from party affiliation or bias
Translations

bipartisan

[ˌbaɪˈpɑːtɪzæn] ADJbipartidario

bipartisan

[ˌbaɪpɑːrtɪˈzæn baɪˈpɑːrtɪzæn] adjbiparti(e), bipartite

bipartisan

[ˌbaɪpɑːtɪˈzæn] adjbipartitico/a
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Bipartisanship isnt always easy, but Im happy this body was able to come together on this agreement.
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At mid-century, the common critique was not of too little bipartisanship, but of too much.
Asked about whether bipartisanship is still possible in Washington, Franken said: "You have to" work with the other side.
Congress were in chaos over healthcare legislation after a second attempt to pass a bill in the Senate collapsed late on Monday, with President Donald Trump calling for an outright repeal of Obamacare and others seeking a change in direction toward bipartisanship.
Words that have been weaponized by the Left include bipartisanship, reproductive rights, choice, identity, progress, fairness, trans, climate, homeless, health, free, homophobe, Islamophobe, white privilege, hate speech, gender, offensive, collaboration, oppressed, repressed, indigenous, compromise, multicultural, comprehensive immigration reform, undocumented, community, green, global, consensus, change agent, equity, inequity, and moderate, as well as the always reliable dead mules of doublespeak: diversity and tolerance.
Widely admired for his civility and bipartisanship, he served in elective office for 46 consecutive years, longer than any other Minnesotan.
It would be premature to say bipartisanship is back and that the current Republican-controlled Congress has broken the gridlock that has gripped it in recent sessions.
We believe there is more of that bipartisanship at work on a day-to-day basis that the average voter might think if he uses only the media as a guide.
During his farewell speech, Modi said bipartisanship is the Gujarat model.
The Institute of Medicine (IOM) published and promulgated what could be viewed as a request for medical bipartisanship to address a formidable challenge: one-third of adults and close to one-fifth of children and adolescents in the US are obese.
However, while Obama spoke repeatedly of bipartisanship, he added that he would not cave in to each and every Republican demand related to budget-deficit reduction.