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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.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Bipolaradjective

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

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  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. Amit Etkin:

    If we get out of our box of thinking depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder are things that have one set of treatments and start to look at the boxes nearby and draw on tools from those other boxes, that can’t hurt our patient, [It can] only help our ability to treat clinically but also from the research side, [entice] us to think differently about what kind of circuitry to try to intervene with to help people.

  2. Link Starbureiy:

    There are only two ways to look at history: people either make things happen, or they let things happen. In that sense, all of history is bipolar; cognate of goodwill and bad fortune. Both philosophies, together, importune a reshaping of destiny.

  3. Troy Stevenson:

    The way this law is written makes it anti-marriage. It's equally harmful and hurts everyone, theoretically, this bill gives legal status to same-sex marriage, but the bill is so bipolar. If you are a nonbeliever... it could take months to find someone who could perform your marriage.

  4. One AFRICOM official:

    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.

  5. Frederick Jiang:

    If you look at the Chinese market, it's a bipolar market with the high growth A-shares trading at very expensive valuations and the H-shares trading below 10. It's probably the cheapest major market in the world.

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