Examples of bisect in a Sentence
Draw a line that bisects the angle.
The city is bisected by the highway.
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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.
That was long before the lake was bisected by a causeway, in the early years of the 20th century when Lake Lucerne was a pretty spiffy place to have a home.
The 911 call came in at 4:30 p.m. to the department, which trains to respond to people hurt in the rocky trap rock cliffs bisecting Berlin.
There was a long, 200-meter runway bisecting a courtyard at the Palais-Royale, painted in the full spectrum, bathed in the French sun.
Step into the German pavilion and you are greeted by a grim black wall bisecting the room before you.
This five-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom home is in the residential second district of Budapest, Hungary’s capital, on the western side of the Danube River, which bisects the city.
The effort calls for pedestrian passageways and smaller streets bisecting large blocks and creating a pedestrian-friendly zone full of shops, restaurants and other appealing features at street level.
The highlight of the trail is a beautiful overlook of a marsh bisected by the Westbrook/Clinton border.
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Definition of bisect for English Language Learners
: to divide (something) into two equal parts
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