Definitions for biweeklybaɪˈwik li
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
bi•week•ly*baɪˈwik li(adj.; n.; adv.)(pl.)-lies
(adj.)occurring every two weeks.
occurring twice a week; semiweekly.
(n.)a periodical issued every other week.
(adv.)every two weeks.
twice a week.
* Usage: See bi-1.
Origin of biweekly:
a periodical that is published twice a week or every two weeks (either 104 or 26 issues per year)
occurring every two weeks
occurring twice a week
twice a week
"he called home semiweekly"
every two weeks
"he visited his cousins fortnightly"
Something that is published or released once every two weeks.
The local paper is a biweekly.
Every two weeks.
Twice a week (but see the Usage notes).
Occurring once every two weeks.
Occurring twice a week (but see the Usage notes).
occurring or appearing once every two weeks; fortnightly
a publication issued every two weeks
Biweekly may refer to an event that occurs once every two weeks, or twice weekly. There are fifty-two full weeks in a year of twelve months, making for a possible 26 or 104 biweekly events in a year. This is a greater number than if such events were held twice a month, because most months have more than four weeks.
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