able to speak two languages with the facility of a native speaker.
spoken, written, or containing similar information in two different languages:
a bilingual dictionary; Public notices at the embassy are bilingual.
of, involving, or using two languages:
a bilingual community; bilingual schools.
a bilingual person.
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able to speak two languages, esp with fluency
written or expressed in two languages
a bilingual person
- Bilingual education
schooling in which those not fluent in the standard or national language are taught in their own language.
using or consisting of two letters. (of Semitic roots) having two consonants. Historical Examples Symbolic Logic Lewis Carroll Symbolic Logic Lewis Carroll Ciphers For the Little Folks Dorothy Crain Symbolic Logic Lewis Carroll The Mystery of the Sea Bram Stoker The Mystery of the Sea Bram Stoker The Mystery of the Sea Bram Stoker Symbolic […]
able to read and write in two languages. a person who is biliterate.
consisting of or divided into two lobes. adjective divided into or having two lobes: a bilobate leaf