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biennially

[ bahy-en-ee-uh-lee ]
/ baɪˈɛn i ə li /
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adverb
every two years:The general election shall be held biennially on the Tuesday following the first Monday of November in each even-numbered year.
Botany. two years after starting to grow:The fruits are acorns, maturing biennially, and have saucer- to cup-shaped caps that cover about a quarter of the nut.
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