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bipedal
American English: /ˌbaɪˈpidl/
, /ˌbaɪˈpɛdl/
British English: /bʌɪˈpiːd(ə)l/

Translation of bipedal in Spanish:

adjective

  • Example sentences
    • Some will come as a surprise, like the early small-brained bipedal hominids.
    • That would have laid the groundwork for the success of the archaic bipedal hominids.
    • Eventually, the behaviorists caved in and exempted the bipedal ape from their theory of everything.

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