bipartisan

[bahy-pahr-tuh-zuhn]
adjective
representing, characterized by, or including members from two parties or factions: Government leaders hope to achieve a bipartisan foreign policy.

Origin:
1905–10; bi-1 + partisan1

bipartisanism, noun
bipartisanship, noun
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bipartisan (ˌbaɪpɑːtɪˈzæn, baɪˈpɑːtɪˌzæn)
 
adj
consisting of or supported by two political parties
 
biparti'sanship
 
n

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bipartisan
1909, from bi- + partisan. Bipartisanship is attested from 1950.
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Example sentences
But there were precedents set back then for fostering bipartisan cooperation
  that offer lessons for today.
It formed a bipartisan council composed of business.
Yet another bipartisan panel gets ready to tackle the deficit.
The bipartisan legislation would allow consumers to demand particular websites
  stop tracking and selling their online behavior.
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