Definition of bimonthly in English:

bimonthly

Syllabification: bi·month·ly
Pronunciation: /ˌbīˈmənTHlē
 
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adjective

Occurring or produced twice a month or every two months: a bimonthly newsletter
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  • A quarterly or bimonthly newsletter gives you an opportunity to demonstrate your expertise and gives your readers useful information at the same time.
  • Sports Medicine Update is AOSSM's bimonthly newsletter on all the latest Society and orthopaedic sports medicine news.
  • Forecast is American Demographics' bimonthly newsletter devoted to census coverage.

adverb

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Twice a month or every two months: the magazine appears bimonthly
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  • Chairman of the Police Community Consultative Committee, he meets with residents bimonthly at the police station and says everyone agrees more police would help.
  • Conformance tests: the project releases its conformance test suites bimonthly.
  • An active CAB should meet regularly, weekly or biweekly during the start-up stage, and then monthly, bimonthly, or quarterly throughout the duration of the project.

noun (plural bimonthlies)

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A periodical produced twice a month or every two months.
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  • In order to overcome this difficult period, we have decided to change BOWLING DIGEST'S frequency from a bimonthly to a quarterly.
  • In 2001, we went from a quarterly to a bimonthly.
  • Instead, his bimonthly compiles and summarizes the reviews in major newspapers and runs features that put context on books and authors, both current and classic.

Usage

On the ambiguity of words like bimonthly, biweekly, etc., see bi- (usage).

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