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bi·o

 (bī′ō)
n. pl. bi·os Informal
1. A biography.
2. A biographical sketch or outline.

bio

(ˈbaɪəʊ)
n, pl bios
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) short for biography

bi•o

(ˈbaɪ oʊ)

n., pl. bi•os,
1. biography.
2. biology.
[1945–50]

bio-

a combining form meaning “life,” “living organism,” “biology”: biodegradable.
Also, esp. before a vowel, bi-.
[comb. form of Greek bíos life]
Translations

bio

:
biochemical
adjbiochemisch
biochemist
nBiochemiker(in) m(f)
biochemistry
nBiochemie f
biodegradable
biodiesel
nBiodiesel m
biodiversity
biodynamic
adjbiodynamisch
bioengineering
nBiotechnik f
bioethics
n singBioethik f
biofeedback
nBiofeedback nt
biogenesis
nBiogenese f

bio

:
biomass
nBiomasse f
biomechanics
n singBiomechanik f
biomedical
adjbiomedizinisch

bio

:
biophysical
biophysics
n singBiophysik f

bio

:
bioresonance, bio-resonance
nBioresonanz f
biorhythm
n usu plBiorhythmus m usu sing
biosphere
nBiosphäre f
biosynthesis
nBiosynthese f
biotechnology
nBiotechnik f
bioterrorism
nBioterrorismus m
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Bio Bio (pronounced bee-oh bee-oh) is the name of a once-wild and now dammed river in Chile where the company got its start about 10 years ago.