Complete Definition of "bilingual"

English

Etymology
bi- + -lingual

Alternative forms
bi-lingual

Adjective
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  1. Having the ability to speak two languages.
  2. context|by misuse Having the ability to speak a foreign language, if barely fluent in the language of one's environment.
  3. Spoken or written in two different languages:

#* a bilingual dictionary

Related terms
bilingualism

Translations
rfc-level|Translations at L3+ (AutoFormat? would have corrected level of Related terms)

trans-top|speaking two languages
Dutch: tweetalig
French: bilingue
German: bilingual, zweisprachig
Hebrew: ××-×ש×× ×
Icelandic: tvítyngdur m, tvítyngd f, tvítyngt n
trans-mid
Norwegian: t|no|bilingv, t|no|bilingval, t|no|tospråklig
Spanish: bilingüe
Swedish: tvåspråkig
Hungarian: bilingvális, kétnyelvű
trans-bottom
trans-top|written in two languages
Icelandic: tveggja mála indecl

de:bilingual
fa:bilingual
fr:bilingual
gl:bilingual
io:bilingual
hu:bilingual
pl:bilingual
ru:bilingual
fi:bilingual
ta:bilingual
vi:bilingual
tr:bilingual
zh:bilingual

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