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Definitions for bipolar
baɪˈpoʊ lərbipo·lar

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. bipolaradjective

    of or relating to manic depressive illness

  2. bipolaradjective

    of, pertaining to, or occurring in both polar regions

    "the bipolar distribution of certain species"

  3. bipolaradjective

    having two poles

Wiktionary

  1. bipolaradjective

    Involving both extremes (poles) at the same time.

  2. bipolaradjective

    Relating to or having bipolar disorder.

ChatGPT

  1. bipolar

    Bipolar, also known as bipolar disorder, is a mental health condition characterized by extreme mood swings that include emotional highs (mania or hypomania) and lows (depression). These shifts can affect a person's energy, activity levels and ability to carry out daily tasks. The term "bipolar" is also used in other contexts to denote two opposites or two contrasting poles.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Bipolaradjective

    doubly polar; having two poles; as, a bipolar cell or corpuscle

Wikidata

  1. Bipolar

    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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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of bipolar in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of bipolar in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

Examples of bipolar in a Sentence

  1. Charles Raison:

    Sometimes people lose touch with reality slowly. Other times, they lose touch really quickly, bipolar psychotic states can develop in as little as a day or two. I'm most curious what was going on in this guy's life the week before this happened. Did anyone see any changes with his behavior? Did he stop sleeping? There's a pretty good chance something would come up in speaking with the people in his life.

  2. Caroline Apovian:

    She was older, in her 40s. She had surgery and lost 150 pounds. And then she put herself in front of a bus and died because she had underlying bipolar disorder she had been self-medicating with food, we as a society use a lot of food to hide trauma. What we need in this country is more psychological counseling for everybody, not just for people who undergo bariatric surgery.

  3. Foster Sr.:

    Since Friday night, my son, who needed medical treatment for his manic or bipolar episode, never received any treatment, i don’t know what happened with him physically while he was in the jail because they wouldn’t let us see him.

  4. Nick Littlehales:

    There's a lot of evidence that (sleep problems are) some of the real reasons why type two diabetes is going up quite dramatically ... weight control, depression, bipolar, anxiety, stress -- there's a lot of quite serious health issues, they're finding things like breast cancer in shift-working nurses against non-shift working nurses.

  5. Selena Gomez:

    Recently, I went to one of the best mental hospitals in America, McLean Hospital, and I discussed that after years of going through a lot of different things, I realized that I was bipolar, and so when I got to know more information, it actually helps me. It doesn't scare me once I know it.

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