dipartite

adjective di·par·tite \ (ˈ)dīˈpär|ˌtīt , -pȧ| also |tˌīt ; usually -īt+V \

Definition of dipartite

:separated into parts :divided

dipartition

\¦dī+\ noun, plural -s

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Origin and Etymology of dipartite

di- + Latin partitus, past participle of partire, partiri to divide


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