bimodal

bimodal
bimodality, n.
/buy mohd"l/, adj.
1. having or providing two modes, methods, systems, etc.
2. Statistics. (of a distribution) having or occurring with two modes. Cf. unimodal.
3. Transp. pertaining to or suitable for transportation involving the use of two forms of carrier, as truck and rail. Cf. intermodal.
[1900-05; BI-1 + MODAL]

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