: of, relating to, or occurring on both the east and west coasts of the U.S.
- And everybody girded for a day of bicoastal press conferences in Washington, D.C., and Redmond, Wash., marked by a ritual exchange of tortured metaphors …
- —Steven Levy
- … an animal behaviorist with a bicoastal practice who hosts pet-advice radio shows in New York and Los Angeles.
- —David Lida
: living or working on both the east and west coasts of the U.S.
- After conducting a bicoastal relationship, Kevin and Linda married in 1989.
- —Toby Kahn
- Similarly, one now sees frequent references to "bicoastal" people who go back and forth between New York and Los Angeles.
- —Hans Fantel
- The actor flies back and forth as often as his schedule will allow, but being bicoastal has more than its share of drawbacks.
- —Mary Alice Kellogg