Algebra. an expression that is a sum or difference of two terms, as 3 x + 2 y and x 2 − 4 x.
Zoology, Botany. a taxonomic name consisting of a generic and a specific term, used to designate species.
Algebra. consisting of or pertaining to two terms or a binomial.
Zoology, Botany. consisting of or characterized by binomials.
Historical Examples

International Congress of Arts and Science, Volume I Various
William Oughtred Florian Cajori
A Guide to the Study of Fishes, Volume 1 (of 2) David Starr Jordan
The Eulogy of Richard Jefferies Walter Besant
Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
A Review of Algebra Romeyn Henry Rivenburg
Orthography Elmer W. Cavins
Soul of a Bishop H. G. Wells
On a Donkey’s Hurricane Deck R. Pitcher Woodward
William Oughtred Florian Cajori

a mathematical expression consisting of two terms, such as 3x + 2y
a two-part taxonomic name for an animal or plant See binomial nomenclature
referring to two names or terms
A mathematical expression that is the sum of two monomials, such as 3a + 2b.


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