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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbipolarbi‧po‧lar /baɪˈpəʊlə $ -ˈpoʊlər/ adjective  1 [usually before noun] involving two opposing countries, groups etc the bipolar view of the world during the Cold War2 bipolar disorder3 someone who is bipolar has bipolar disorder
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bipolarShe was bipolar as well: up and down, fidgety and despondent.In manic or bipolar depression, bouts of depression alternate with periods of excessive elation or mania of similar length.Depression also is a symptom of other illnesses, such as bipolar disorder and schizoaffective disorder.And, of course, mania usually alternates with depression, to form a bipolar disorder.Realists present it as the natural response to a bipolar international system.Dulles's policy was based on a bipolar view of the world.They have seen a bipolar world collapse, and been shaken as a result.The bipolar world of the 1980s, where two opposing countries held all the power, disappeared very quickly.
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