What does bio mean?

Definitions for bioˈbaɪ oʊ

Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word bio.


  1. bio(Noun)

    biographical sketch

  2. Bio(Noun)

    of Biology


  1. Bio

    Bio is a Chuck Berry album released in 1973 by Chess Records.

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  1. BIO

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Anagrams for bio »

  1. boi, Boi, BOI, Ibo, IOB, obi

  2. boi, Boi, BOI

  3. Ibo

  4. IOB

  5. obi


  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of bio in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of bio in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Todd Goldstein:

    The bio-ink has all the nutrients and also the gel-like material that the cells need to live, and it also holds them in place.

  2. Dr Grant:

    I want to measure lake water and that could potentially be a bio-indicator of earthquakes -- these marine animals are very sensitive to chemical changes in the water.

  3. Sara Gottfried:

    You know the average cow in the U.S that’s raised as livestock is injected with six different steroid hormones-- designed to make it fat, but then were eating that cow and eating the toxic fat and getting some of those bad bio-chemistry that’s not so good for you.

  4. Todd Starnes:

    Michael Moore tweeted that snipers like Chris Kyle are cowards. Seth Rogen - who made his mark with movies about sexually frustrated pot heads - compared Kyle's bio-pic to a Nazi propaganda film, here is the sum and substance, folks. Chris Kyle killed bad guys so that good guys could live.

  5. Kevin Hrusovsky:

    Nobody thought that many of the proteins or bio markers that affect the brain would even be in blood. It was thought, basically, that those proteins and those markers would only be in the brain in the spinal fluid, but what we’ve learned is that a small amount of the spinal fluid, the cerebral spinal fluid, actually leaks into the blood through the blood brain barrier and because our technology can detect things that are so minute in blood, we can test what’s going on in the brain.

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