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bisect in Maths topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbisectbi‧sect /baɪˈsekt $ ˈbaɪsekt/ verb [transitive]  HMTWO formal to divide something into two equal parts A long cobbled street bisects the town from east to west.→ See Verb table
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bisectSteel arms, called tendons, horizontally bisect a building's core, stretching like ribs between beams in the walls.They followed rivers for convenience, then struck out in a straight line, bisecting mountain ranges, cutting watersheds in half.A cursory line from the eye to bisect the body helps to supply the tail angle.The county council plans to build a bypass so that the A148 will no longer bisect the conservation village of Letheringsett.At the stairs a short hall bisected the rectangular corridor, leading to the bathroom on the other side.Our pre-war apartment is spacious, with windows on three sides and a central hallway that roughly bisects the rooms.It performs a special dance, walking in a circle which it then bisects while vigorously waggling its abdomen.