dichotomize dichotomize


  • (v) divide into two opposing groups or kinds

Derived Word(s)


  1. We do not dichotomize this business of civilian and military.
  2. Many people dichotomize between the six-year-old and his father.
  3. Kissinger has never understood that to dichotomize values in a tough world inevitably means making the moral subject to the practical, not the other way around.
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