adjective bi·variant \(ˈ)bī +\

Definition of bivariant

  1. :  capable of twofold variation :  having two degrees of freedom —used of a system in which the number of components equals the number of phases — compare phase rule

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Origin and Etymology of bivariant

1bi- + variant

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quaintly unconventional or refined

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