Biweekly meaning

bī-wēklē
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The definition of biweekly is something that happens twice a week.

A class that meets every Monday and Wednesday is an example of biweekly.

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Happening twice a week; semiweekly.
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A biweekly is a publication that is issued once every two weeks.

A newspaper that comes out every other Tuesday is an example of biweekly.

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Happening every two weeks.
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A publication issued every two weeks.
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Every two weeks.
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Twice a week; semiweekly.
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Once every two weeks.
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(now rare) Twice a week.
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A publication that appears once every two weeks.
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Occurring once every two weeks.
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(chiefly UK) Occurring twice a week (but see the Usage notes).
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Every two weeks.
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(chiefly UK) Twice a week (but see the Usage notes).
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Something that is published or released once every two weeks.

The local paper is a biweekly.

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Biweekly is something that happens once every other week.

ESPN The Magazine is an example of a biweekly.

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Origin of biweekly

  • bi- +‎ week +‎ -ly

    From Wiktionary