Word of the Day (dichotomy)-01MAR21

Word of the Day (dichotomy)-01MAR21

Today’s “Word of the Day” is “dichotomy” and it is a noun meaning “a division/separation/partition of something (ideas, things, groups, or etc.) into two parts that are either entirely different from each other or completely opposite to each other; duality, polarity“.

 Example Sentence: Vaccine hesitancy is a complex issue, and it is not necessarily helpful for it to be framed in terms of #antivax versus #vaccineswork (not least because such a dichotomy often overstates the power of an organised anti-vax movement).

Word of the Day (dichotomy)-01MAR21

This word is present in The Guardian article Vaccine scepticism is as old as vaccines themselves. Here’s how to tackle it and click here to read it.

Courtesy: The Guardian

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