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bifurcate

 [bi-fur´kāt]
divided into two branches.

bi·fur·cate

, bifurcated (bī-fŭr'kāt, -kā-ted),
Forked; two-pronged; having two branches.
[bi- + L. furca, fork]

bifurcate

[bīfur′kāt]
Etymology: L, bis, twice, furca, fork
pertaining to the division or branching of an object into two branches, such as the branching of blood vessels or bronchi. bifurcated, adj.

bifurcate

adjective Forked; divided into 2 branches.

bi·fur·cate

, bifurcated (bī'fŭr-kāt, -kā-tĕd)
Forked; two-pronged; having two branches.
[bi- + L. furca, fork]

bi·fur·cate

, bifurcated (bī'fŭr-kāt, -kā-tĕd)
Forked; two-pronged; having two branches.
[bi- + L. furca, fork]

bifurcate

divided into two branches.
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