dimidiate definition

  • adjective:
    • divided in to two (equal) halves
    • Divided into two equal components; paid off to half in shape or form.
    • Consisting of only 1 half of what the normal condition calls for; getting the appearance of lacking one half.
    • Having the body organs of one side, or half, various in function through the corresponding body organs on the reverse side.
    • divided in to two (equal) halves
    • Divided into two equal parts; paid off to 1 / 2 in shape or form.
    • composed of one 50 % of what the standard problem requires; getting the look of lacking one half.
    • obtaining the body organs of 1 side, or one half, different in purpose from matching organs on the other hand.
  • verb:
    • To divide into two
    • To divide into two
  • verb-transitive:
    • To divide into two equal components.
    • To express the 1 / 2 of; to halve.
    • To divide into two equal parts.
    • To portray the 1 / 2 of; to halve.
  • others:
    • To divide into two equal parts.
    • split into two equal components; halved; for this reason, half the most common dimensions, or half because large as something different.
    • In heraldry, paid down or diminished by one half.
    • To divide into two equal components.
    • divided in to two equal components; halved; therefore, half the usual dimensions, or 1 / 2 since big as another thing.
    • In heraldry, paid down or diminished by one half.

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