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Bicameral – Legal Terms in English

Bicameral – Legal Terms in English for ESL learners in real context with images and text-to-speech technology

/ˌbaɪˈkæm.ər.əl/ (adj)


having two separate legislative chambers or lawmaking assemblies namely the Senate and the House of Representatives in the US, dual, two-tier, two-house, bilateral, bipartite, dualistic


A bicameral system describes a government that has a two-house legislative system, such as the House of Representatives and the Senate that make up the U.S. Congress. A bicameral system can be contrasted with a unicameral system, in which all members of the legislature deliberate and vote as a single group.




Parts of speech

Noun: bicameralism

Noun: bicameralist

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