bisect
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EnglishEdit
PronunciationEdit
 Rhymes: ɛkt
 (General American) IPA^{(key)}: /baɪˈsɛkt/
(BAI sect)
VerbEdit
bisect (thirdperson singular simple present bisects, present participle bisecting, simple past and past participle bisected)
 (transitive) To cut or divide into two parts.
 (transitive, geometry) To divide an angle, line segment, or other figure into two equal parts.
TranslationsEdit
to cut or divide into two parts
geometry: to divide an angle, line segment or other figure into two equal parts
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NounEdit
bisect (plural bisects)
 (geometry) A bisector, which divides into two equal parts.
 (philately) An envelope, card, or fragment thereof showing an affixed cut half of a regular issued stamp, over which one or more postal markings have been applied. Typically used in wartime when normal lower rate stamps may not be available.
TranslationsEdit
geometry: a bisector

philately: an envelope or card