Examples of bisect in a Sentence
Draw a line that bisects the angle.
The city is bisected by the highway.
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Originally the house of Ray Lyman Wilbur, Stanford's president in 1915, the estate sits on a high hill where two of Stanford's main roads bisect; from a back window, rolling green hills give way to the horizon.
The border between California and Nevada bisects Lake Tahoe.
The famous Great Migration, an annual trek of 2 million animals through the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem, bisects the reserve annually.
This is the final phase of reconstructing both of those corridors, bisected by railroad tracks that essentially cram four intersections into two.
The creek bisecting the hole sits just a few feet in front of the putting surface and is particularly in play when the pin is on the left side.
It had been bisected by hundreds of joss sticks, which stuck out from the figure like the shafts of arrows; these were methodically lit after dinner during the performance by the artist and her assistants, who wielded blow torches.
Long plastic sheets with outlines of the city bisect the floor of the stage, and projections of drawings on the rear wall further flesh out her tales of life in her beloved homeland.
New Iberia, a town whose economy relies on sugarcane production, is bisected by railroad tracks — residents to the north of the tracks are predominantly white, while largely black neighborhoods lie to the south.
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Definition of bisect for English Language Learners
: to divide (something) into two equal parts
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