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biennialadjective [not gradable]

 us   /bɑɪˈen·i·əl/
happeningonce every two ​years: a biennial ​exhibit

biennialnoun [C]

 us   /bɑɪˈen·i·əl/
a ​plant that ​lives for two ​years, ​producingseeds and ​flowers in ​its second ​year
(Definition of biennial from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"biennial" in Business English

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biennialadjective

uk   us   /baɪˈeniəl/
happening once every two ​years: a biennial ​conference
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adverb
City ​residents are ​surveyed on their views biennially.
(Definition of biennial from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “biennial”
in Spanish bienal…
in Vietnamese hai năm…
in Malaysian setiap dua tahun…
in Thai เกิดขึ้นทุก ๆ สองปี…
in French bisannuel…
in German zweijährig…
in Chinese (Simplified) 两年一次的…
in Turkish iki yılda bir olan…
in Russian происходящий раз в два года…
in Indonesian tahan dua tahun…
in Chinese (Traditional) 兩年一次的…
in Polish odbywający się co dwa lata…
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