bi-weekly


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Related to bi-weekly: fortnightly
Translations

bi-weekly

[ˈbaɪˈwiːklɪ]
A. ADJ
1. (= fortnightly) → quincenal
2. (= twice weekly) → bisemanal
B. ADV
1. (= fortnightly) → quincenalmente
2. (= twice weekly) → bisemanalmente
C. N
1. (= fortnightly) → revista f quincenal
2. (= twice weekly) → revista f bisemanal

bi-weekly

(baiˈwiːkli) adjective, adverb
1. (happening etc) once every two weeks.
2. (happening etc) twice each week.
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It will be published monthly and increase to bi-weekly frequency beginning early 2007.
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Groups of 20 to 30 people that include a range of ages and religious denominations gather on a bi-weekly basis to create the 10 cm-high angels, made of such simple materials as wood and scraps of fabric.
Established in 1983 by Dick Traum, The Achilles Track Club is an international, non-profit organization that encourages people with disabilities to take part in long-distance running with the public by offering bi-weekly training programs and local and national running events.
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