Origin of bilingual
Related formsbi·lin·gual·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for bilingual
The scenes in Tokyo were filmed with the help of a bilingual Japanese crew.She Thought ‘Fargo’ Was Real: The Misguided Voyage of ‘Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter’|Nico Hines|February 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Almost to a person, the French who are bilingual credit English-language television with their success.
Bilingual readers point out that the Newsweek story is more nuanced than is being reported in French.
Consultants often tell religious candidates they must learn to be “bilingual,” Green told me.
With a title that means "big butt" in slang in Brazil, the only thing to really give him credit for is the bilingual factor.
The bilingual young woman who was to be of such use to Walt had only existed in his dreams.The Dop Doctor|Clotilde Inez Mary Graves
"This is better than a bilingual, Martha," Hubert Penrose said.Omnilingual|H. Beam Piper
Bilingual, bī-ling′wal, adj. of or containing two tongues or languages.
Below the second is a bilingual inscription, in which only the Greek name, Κενδύομις, is legible.
Bilingual races are up to the tactics of rats with a double hole.Cradock Nowell, Vol. 1 (of 3)|Richard Doddridge Blackmore