bi-monthly


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bi-monthly

(baimanθli) adjective, adverb
1. (happening) once in every two months.
2. (happening) twice a month.
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On the following day, thanks to the telegraphic wires, five hundred newspapers and journals, daily, weekly, monthly, or bi-monthly, all took up the question.
The machinery which he had perfected and controlled was now about to turn out its bi-monthly product, a committee meeting; and his pride in the perfect structure of these assemblies was great.
Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Oct 05 ( ANI ): With all eyes on the Reserve Bank of India's (RBI) bi-monthly monetary policy, market indices continued to plunge on Friday afternoon.
Continuing with the spirit, SBP in collaboration with IBA, has also started conducting the Business Confidence Survey (BCS) since 2017 at a bi-monthly frequency (i.
With retail inflation in India having regained the 5% mark, the RBI Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) began its extraordinary three-day consultations yesterday for the second time before an announcement of its bi-monthly policy review slated for tomorrow.
'This conservative estimate is due to the fact that the SST revenue will only be fully realised from November onwards, taking into account the bi-monthly tax collection mechanism for local manufacturers,' Lim said.
Under the bi-monthly draw, 30 customers have a chance to win RO30,000 (RO1,000 each).
The programme provides financial assistance to low-income families through bi-monthly cash payments.
Unveiling the first bi-monthly monetary policy for the current fiscal, RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan said banks have already cut interest rates by 0.25-0.5 percent and after today's rate cut borrowings will become cheaper further.
Several banks including largest public sector lender, State Bank of India (SBI) (SBIN.NS) (500112.BO) (OTC: SBKJY), have cut their minimum lending rates after the RBI reduced its policy rates by 0.25 percent in its second bi-monthly policy review for 2015-16 on June 2.
Analysts said that Rajan is unlikely to go in for a further rate-cut in the third bi-monthly monetary policy statement to be announced on August 4.