There are 2 main translations of bio in Spanish:

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bio 1

noun plural bios

uncountable and countable (American English) [colloquial]
  • biography
    Example sentences
    • The first two bios in the series are available: Bo Diddley here, Chuck Berry here.
    • But… well, she's either read my books wrong, or she was so busy trying to translate my bio into a series of how-to tips that she never read them at all.
    • I also have several bios / profiles from some of the writers.

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bio 2

noun plural bios

uncountable and countable (American English) [colloquial]

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