Adjective "bipartisan" definition and examples

(Bipartisan may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ˌbʌɪpɑːtɪˈzan/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Of or involving the agreement or cooperation of two political parties that usually oppose each other's policies.
  1. 'As Dr Brash said, that is a matter of bipartisan agreement in this House.'
  2. 'Yet the House has just approved it, on a virtual party line vote, ending the recent spirit of bipartisan cooperation in Congress.'
  3. 'The comments underscore Labor's bipartisan support on foreign policy as on every other issue.'
  4. 'A bipartisan War Party is in control of Congress, and the media has been toeing its line.'
  5. 'The bipartisan character of the response of the two major parties is not an accident.'
  6. 'There was bipartisan agreement on the committee to hold an inquiry into hate speech.'
  7. 'Named the USA Patriot Act, the bill passed with overwhelming bipartisan support.'
  8. 'I add that Canada also eschews bipartisan democracy in favor of a number of well-known parties and a handful of lesser known ones.'
  9. 'In domestic, as well as foreign policy, there is bipartisan agreement between the major parties.'
  10. 'On the one hand, National is telling business audiences that New Zealand has a bipartisan trade policy.'

More definitions

1. representing, characterized by, or including members from two parties or factions: Government leaders hope to achieve a bipartisan foreign policy.

More examples(as adjective)

"supports can be bipartisan."

"commissions can be bipartisan."

"groups can be bipartisan."

"agreements can be bipartisan."

"cooperations can be bipartisan."

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