adjective Electricity.

having two phases; two-phase.

Also di·phas·ic [dahy-fey-zik] /daɪˈfeɪ zɪk/.

Origin of diphase

First recorded in 1895–1900; di-1 + phase
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zoology (of parasites) having a free active stage in the life cycle
physics another word for diphase



adjective physics

of, having, or concerned with two phases
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diphasic in Medicine




Having two phases or stages.
Of or being a disorder marked by two distinct phases, such as bipolar disorder.
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