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bi- British & World English

Two; having two

BI British & World English

Block Island

Bi British & World English

The chemical element bismuth

bismuth British & World English

The chemical element of atomic number 83, a brittle reddish-tinged grey metal

Bi in bismuth British & World English

The chemical element of atomic number 83, a brittle reddish-tinged grey metal

Block Island British & World English

A resort island in southern Rhode Island, in the Atlantic Ocean at the eastern end of Long Island Sound

bi-wiring British & World English

The use of two wires between an amplifier and a loudspeaker to operate the low- and high-frequency speaker circuits separately

bi-amping British & World English

The use of two amplifiers for high- and low-frequency ranges in an audio circuit

bi-level British & World English

Having or functioning on two levels; arranged on two planes

bi-media British & World English

Involving or working in two of the mass communication media, especially radio and television

bi-curious British & World English

(Of a heterosexual person) interested in having a sexual experience with a person of the same sex

bicarb British & World English

Sodium bicarbonate

bifold British & World English

Double or twofold

biweekly British & World English

Appearing or taking place every two weeks or twice a week

biyearly British & World English

Appearing or taking place every two years or twice a year

bitonal British & World English

(Of music) having parts in two different keys sounding together

bistable British & World English

An electronic circuit which has two stable states

bilinear British & World English

Relating to or contained by two straight lines

bilobed British & World English

Having or consisting of two lobes

bimanual British & World English

Performed with both hands

biplane British & World English

An early type of aircraft with two pairs of wings, one above the other

bipolar British & World English

Having or relating to two poles or extremities

biracial British & World English

Concerning or containing members of two racial groups

biaxial British & World English

Having or relating to two axes

bicolour British & World English

Having two colours

biconvex British & World English

Convex on both sides

bifocal British & World English

Denoting a lens having two parts each with a different focal length, one for distant vision and one for near vision

biannual British & World English

Occurring twice a year

bilingual British & World English

Speaking two languages fluently

bimonthly British & World English

Occurring or produced twice a month or every two months

bicameral British & World English

(Of a legislative body) having two chambers

bicoastal British & World English

Living on, taking place in, or involving both the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of the US

bilocation British & World English

The supposed phenomenon of being in two places simultaneously

bimetallic British & World English

Made of two metals

binational British & World English

Concerning or consisting of two nations

bipartisan British & World English

Of or involving the agreement or cooperation of two political parties that usually oppose each other’s policies

bicentenary British & World English

The two-hundredth anniversary of a significant event

bicultural British & World English

Having or combining the cultural attitudes and customs of two nations, peoples, or ethnic groups

bidirectional British & World English

Functioning in two directions


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