Definitions for bicameralbaɪˈkæm ər əl

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

bi•cam•er•albaɪˈkæm ər əl(adj.)

  1. having two branches, chambers, or houses, as a legislative body.

    Category: Government

Origin of bicameral:

1825–35

bi•cam′er•al•ism(n.)

Princeton's WordNet

  1. bicameral(adj)

    composed of two legislative bodies

  2. bicameral, two-chambered(adj)

    consisting of two chambers

    "the bicameral heart of a fish"

Wiktionary

  1. bicameral(Adjective)

    Having, or pertaining to, two separate legislative chambers or houses.

  2. bicameral(Adjective)

    Having two cases: uppercase and lowercase.

  3. Origin: From camera .

Webster Dictionary

  1. Bicameral(adj)

    consisting of, or including, two chambers, or legislative branches

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