Bipartite vs Bipartitely - What's the difference?

bipartite | bipartitely |


As an adjective bipartite

is having two parts.

As an adverb bipartitely is

in a bipartite fashion; into two parts.

bipartite

Adjective

(-)
  • Having two parts.
  • (of an agreement or contract) Having two participants; joint.
  • (botany) (of leaves ) Divided into two at the base.
  • (graph theory) (of graph )
  • bipartitely

    English

    Adverb

    (-)
  • In a bipartite fashion; into two parts.