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biyearly

Line breaks: bi|year¦ly
Pronunciation: /bʌɪˈjɪəli
 
, -ˈjəː-/

Definition of biyearly in English:

adjective& adverb

Appearing or taking place every two years or twice a year: [as adjective]: the biyearly match
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  • Various readers have written in to tell me that the set of studies was biyearly until 1968, so the 1963, 1965, and 1967 issues don't exist.
  • The TOP500 is a biyearly competition that ranks 500 entries by sustained performance for a linear equation solver.
  • And even if that is the case, I am still sorry to see it go from a yearly event to a biyearly event.

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