of or relating to manic depressive illness
of, pertaining to, or occurring in both polar regions
"the bipolar distribution of certain species"
having two poles
Involving both extremes (poles) at the same time.
Relating to or having bipolar disorder.
doubly polar; having two poles; as, a bipolar cell or corpuscle
Bi-Polar is the fourth studio album by Vanilla Ice. Released by Ultrax Records, it is the rapper's second independent release, after Hooked. The song Unbreakable was remade in Dance Dance Revolution II as Still Unbreakable with additional verses from Vanilla Ice himself and production from Konami in house artist Des-ROW.
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The numerical value of bipolar in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of bipolar in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
Examples of bipolar in a Sentence
It’s not the same persistent mood state you ’d see in someone with bipolar, characterized by hypomanic or hyperactive behavior.
We don’t have a lot of treatment options for the depression phase of bipolar disorder, which is very troubling from a public-health standpoint.
There's ... a government structure of bipolar migration policy, there are factors of attraction and rejection, and we're in the sandwich right now.
Bayrou is the comparable scenario here, it's that promise to transcend the right/left flows in a system built on bipolar politics and the presidential election that is all important.
We have gone from a unipolar world to realizing at best The US's bipolar, at worst it's multipolar, i would have a stark perspective. I think we are losing -- in Africa we are losing.
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- bipolarCatalan, Valencian
- bipolar, bipolærDanish
- zweipolig, bipolar, doppelpoligGerman
- kaksisuuntainen, bipolaarinen, kaksinapainenFinnish
- maniaco-dépressif, bipolaireFrench
- биполярный, двухполюсныйRussian
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