(?), a. [L. tripartitus; tri- (see Tri-) + partitus, p. p. of partiri to part, to divide. See Part, v. i.] 1. Divided into three parts; triparted; as, a tripartite leaf.
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2. Having three corresponding parts or copies; as, to make indentures tripartite. A. Smith.
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3. Made between three parties; as, a tripartite treaty.
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