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Meaning of “bi-” - Learner’s Dictionary

bi-

prefix     /baɪ-/
two: bilingual (= speaking two languages) bimonthly (= happening twice in a month or once every two months) Single, double and multiple
Translations of “bi-”
in Vietnamese gấp đôi…
in Spanish Bi-…
in Thai สอง, สองครั้ง, สองเท่า…
in Malaysian bi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 兩次, 每…兩次, 兩…一次…
in Indonesian dwi…
in Russian дву(х)-…
in Turkish iki' anlamında önek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 两次, 每…两次, 两…一次…
in Polish dwu-…
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