[ UK /da‍ɪkˈɒtəmi/ ]
[ US /daɪˈkɑtəmi/ ]
  1. being twofold; a classification into two opposed parts or subclasses
    the dichotomy between eastern and western culture
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How To Use dichotomy In A Sentence

  • I would add another category to your dichotomy (trichotomy?) and that would be 'the street'. Online Content Bundling, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • The dichotomy between “forwardness” and “backwardness” is a scale constructed and enforced by the civilizer to validate his civilizing/colonial project. Hartzell and Lin lose on appeal
  • The "Microsoft vs. Linux" dichotomy is a false one. Comments on Hayek, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • A hollywood SciFi flic can pretend to be as progessive as possible, anti-imperialist eco-warriors fighting against a capitalist military-industrial complex, but it seems it is impossible to subvert the gender dichotomy even a little bit. Will You Go See Avatar?
  • Ridley's goal is to demolish this view and explain why Galton's nature / nurture dichotomy is erroneous.
  • Seems like a lot of the dichotomy is about hidden assumptions of many sorts. What A list? « BuzzMachine
  • Olbermann went as far as to describe Obama's parsing as "dichotomous", an adjective of the noun dichotomy of which I was previously unaware. The Osterley Times
  • Coherence enjoys in nature the dichotomy between explicitness and implicitness , stability and dynamics, and and macrocosm.
  • It was not easy, with a studio audience baying for blood, to point out the false dichotomy. A TALE OF FOUR HOUSES: Opera at Covent Garden, La Scala, Vienna and the Met since 1945
  • It is a politically potent but false dichotomy. Times, Sunday Times
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