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bicentenarynoun [C]

uk   /ˌbaɪ.senˈtiː.nər.i/  us   /-ˈten.ɚ-/ UK (US bicentennial, uk   /ˌbaɪ.senˈten.i.əl/ /-sən-/ )
the day or year that is 200 years after a particular event, especially an important one: A statue was erected to mark the bicentenary of the composer's birth. bicentenary celebrations
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