Word of the Day (bipartisanship)-22JAN21

Word of the Day (bipartisanship)-22JAN21

Today’s “Word of the Day” is bipartisanship and it is a noun meaning “a political situation that occurs when two opposing parties work together to achieve common goals”.

Example Sentence: Just as the era of American domestic bipartisanship remains for the foreseeable future a thing of the past, so the era of American global leadership is not for rebuilding quickly or perhaps at all.

Word of the Day (bipartisanship)-22JAN21


This word is present in The Guardian article Joe Biden is now president, but Trump has changed the US for a generation, and click here to read it.

Courtesy: The Guardian

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