Traducción de bifurcate en Español:

bifurcate

bifurcarse, v.

Pronunciación /ˈbʌɪfəkeɪt//ˈbaɪfərˌkeɪt/

verbo intransitivo

formal

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    bifurcarse
    • Each bronchus further bifurcates into a series of subdivisions within the lungs.
    • Like previous chapters, this one is bifurcated into separate, unevenly linked sections on Great Britain and the United States.
    • The British Columbia province is distinctively bifurcated into the lush green forests and the dry and arid region.
    • Other forms have additional spines, or bear bifurcating spines so as to create the appearance externally of additional spines.
    • In older embryos, the dorsal branch bifurcates.
    • The river bifurcates into two streams just prior to emptying into the lake, where they form two deltas.
    • What's news is how we're bifurcating our attention - splitting it into parts - and how media must now compete for slices of it.
    • The branch bifurcating from the lower orifice of the stomach descends to the deep layer of the abdomen.
    • The present study is concerned mainly with the delta region, where the river bifurcates into a west and an east channel at the city.
    • The cars heading down curve slowly, as one watches the flower beds on both sides, not to speak of the stately mansions, condominiums and townhouses that the street bifurcates.
    • The quandary bifurcates: one of its branches leads to known resources, the other to unknown ones to be discovered.
    • The center rod bifurcates at the top, and one branch joins the adjacent vertical.
    • One morning, a village on the periphery of a city wakes up to find itself bifurcated by the construction of a National Highway.
    • Once you step into this massive city that is bifurcated into numerous districts and zones, you will have no snag in getting around.
    • The eastern fault strand can be traced northward at the surface along the eastern margin of the Ghab basin before bifurcating to the NNE.
    • And of course there are the times where a debate fragments or polarises, where more than one of these structuring posts occurs roughly simultaneously, or with radically different views - bifurcating any debate.
    • Features include a two-storey reception hall with domed ceiling, bifurcating staircase, gallery landing and reception rooms with marble fireplaces.
    • Where the road bifurcates, keep right as indicated by the signs.
    • The new bill seeks to strengthen the regulatory body by bifurcating it into a tribunal and a regulator.
    • At the lower bridge the river bifurcates into two similar size branches.