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- Hyphenation: bi‧cam‧er‧al‧ism
- (government) The principle of dividing legislative bodies into two chambers with complementary powers and limitations designed to provide checks and balances against one another.
- (psychology) The theory that the human brain is lateralised, with one part assuming a decision-making role, and the other a follower role.
principle of dividing legislative body into two groups
- Russian: бикамерали́зм m (bikameralízm)