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bisect

verb [T] uk   /baɪˈsekt/ us  
to divide something into two, usually equal, parts: The new road will bisect the town.
Translations of “bisect”
in Spanish bisecar, cortar en dos partes simétricas…
in French couper en deux…
in German halbieren…
in Chinese (Traditional) 把…分為兩部分, 把…二等分…
in Chinese (Simplified) 把…分为两部分, 把…二等分…
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