fortnightly


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fort·night·ly

 (fôrt′nīt′lē)
adj.
Happening or appearing once in or every two weeks.
adv.
Once in a fortnight.
n. pl. fort·night·lies
A publication issued once every two weeks.

fortnightly

(ˈfɔːtˌnaɪtlɪ)
adj
occurring or appearing once each fortnight
adv
once a fortnight
n, pl -lies
a publication issued at intervals of two weeks

fort•night•ly

(ˈfɔrtˌnaɪt li)

adj., adv., n., pl. -lies. adj.
1. occurring or appearing once a fortnight.
adv.
2. once a fortnight; every fortnight.
n.
3. a periodical issued every two weeks.
[1790–1800]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.fortnightly - occurring every two weeks
periodic, periodical - happening or recurring at regular intervals; "the periodic appearance of the seventeen-year locust"
Adv.1.fortnightly - every two weeks; "he visited his cousins fortnightly"
Translations
كل أسْبوعَيْن
čtrnáctidenněčtrnáctidenní
hver anden ugehver fjortende dag
bihebdomadairebihebdomadairementbimensuel
štrnásťdenne
14 günlükiki haftada biriki haftada bir olan

fortnightly

[ˈfɔːtnaɪtlɪ] (Brit)
A. ADJquincenal
B. ADVquincenalmente, cada quince días

fortnightly

[ˈfɔːrtnaɪtli]
adjbimensuel(le)

fortnightly

(esp Brit)
adjvierzehntäglich, zweiwöchentlich; newspaper, magazine alsoalle zwei Wochen erscheinend; fortnightly visitsBesuche plalle zwei Wochen; a fortnightly cycleein Zyklus mvon zwei Wochen; at fortnightly intervalsin Abständen von zwei Wochen
advalle vierzehn Tage, alle zwei Wochen

fortnightly

[ˈfɔːtˌnaɪtlɪ] (Brit)

fortnight

(ˈfoːtnait) noun
two weeks. It's a fortnight since I last saw her.
ˈfortnightly adjective, adverb
every fortnight. a fortnightly visit; He is paid fortnightly.
References in classic literature ?
Monseigneur, one of the great lords in power at the Court, held his fortnightly reception in his grand hotel in Paris.
This fortnightly meeting of a society for the free discussion of everything entailed a great deal of moving, and pulling, and ranging of furniture against the wall, and placing of breakable and precious things in safe places.
The Avonlea Debating Club, which met fortnightly all winter, had had several smaller free entertainments; but this was to be a big affair, admission ten cents, in aid of the library.
Andrew Stelfox: "It's been fortnightly bins for a while in Ashington.
According to market estimates, the next fortnightly phutti (seed cotton) arrival would decide crop size.
TORY austerity is largely to blame for hard-up councils switching to fortnightly and even three-weekly bin collections.
Opposition Tories have accused her of merely postponing the introduction of fortnightly collections until 2019, once troublesome elections are out of the way, and a new bin service contract is in place.
Under legislation being introduced today, parents fortnightly Family Tax Benefit Part A payments will be reduced by about $28 per fortnight for each child who does not meet the immunisation requirements.
Homeowners in the borough have their bins collected every week, while some living in other parts of the North East have fortnightly collections.
Most of the leading buyers kept on the sidelines on the cotton market on Friday ahead of the Pakistan Cotton Ginners Association (PCGA) fortnightly report due shortly, dealers said.
Yet research carried out by a Liberal Democrat activist shows that councils in England and Wales with fortnightly collections are achieving significantly higher recycling rates.
Anglesey council recently announced it was looking to change from the current fortnightly black bin collections in the face of increasing financial restraints.