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biennial

adjective [not gradable]  /bɑɪˈen·i·əl/ us  
happening once every two years: a biennial exhibit

biennial

noun [C]  /bɑɪˈen·i·əl/ us  
a plant that lives for two years, producing seeds and flowers in its second year
Translations of “biennial”
in Spanish bienal…
in French bisannuel…
in German zweijährig…
in Chinese (Traditional) 兩年一次的…
in Russian происходящий раз в два года…
in Turkish iki yılda bir olan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 两年一次的…
in Polish odbywający się co dwa lata…
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