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SPELLING bi- = two
bicolor adjective Having two different colors The room was bicolor, having two different colors of red and green.
bicuspid Noun A two-pointed tooth located in the side of the jaw Dentists sometime have to pull your bicuspids, two-pointed teeth located in the side of the jaw.
bicycle noun A vehicle with two wheels I am going to ride my bicycle, a two-wheeled vehicle.
biennial Adjective Happening every two years Some celebrations are biennial, occurring every other year.
bifocals Noun Eyeglasses with lenses that have two different sections – for seeing close up and far away My grandma has bifocals for eyeglasses to see both close up and far away.
bilingual adjective Able to speak two different languages He is bilingual, able to speak two different languages
bimonthly adjective Happening every two months The magazines arrive in my mailbox bimonthly, every other month.
biped Noun A two-footed creature The duck would be a biped, a two- footed creature.
biplane Noun An airplane with two pairs of wings This biplane is a transportation vehicle with two pairs of wings.
biweekly adjective Happening every two weeks Something that arrives in your mailbox 26 times a year is biweekly.
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Bi- (two). Bicolor (Adj.) An object with – Two different colors The bicolor angelfish swam through the aquarium tank.
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Ped or Pod = foot. The camera sat on the tripod.
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