adjective bi–gen·der \ˈbī-ˈjen-dər\
variants: less commonly


Definition of bi–gender

  1. 1 :  designed for or involving both genders A bipartisan and bi-gender group of Washington lawmakers has introduced a measure that would require all new federal buildings to be built with equal numbers of toilets in the men's and women's restrooms. — The St. Petersburg (Florida) Times, 27 Mar. 2010

  2. 2 :  of, relating to, or being a person whose gender identity is a combination of male and female or is sometimes male and sometimes female Some bi-gender people have a separate female persona and male persona, but others can have shades of grey between the two. — Lizzie Parry, MailOnline (United Kingdom), 25 Nov. 2014

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