Definition of bisection in US English:



  • See bisect

    • ‘Its installation required the bisection of the western gallery, where slaves sat from 1721 until the emancipation proclamation was read in 1834.’
    • ‘Drilling begins directly over the bisection of the angle between the greater superficial petrosal nerve and arcuate eminence and the dura of IAC is exposed beneath the petrous ridge.’
    • ‘At this point, bisection of the corpus luteum results in no bleeding, whereas bisection at all other phases results in bleeding.’
    • ‘There's no need to divorce oneself from the past, but I don't see a need to reformulate and recreate the bisection of society either.’