Bicameral Definition

bī-kămər-əl
adjective
Composed of or based on two legislative chambers or branches.
A bicameral legislature.
American Heritage
Made up of or having two legislative chambers.
Congress is a bicameral legislature.
Webster's New World
Composed of or having two chambers, as an abscess divided by a septum.
American Heritage Medicine
The definition of bicameral is something with two lawmaking groups.
An example of bicameral is the United States Congress which has the House of Representatives and the Senate.
YourDictionary

(politics) Having, or pertaining to, two separate legislative chambers or houses.

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Origin of Bicameral

  • bi– Latin camera chamber chamber –al

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From bi- +‎ Latin camera (“chamber”) +‎ -al.

    From Wiktionary

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