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bi

[bahy]
adjective, noun, plural bis, bi's.
Slang. bisexual.

Origin:
by shortening

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bi1 (baɪ)
 
adj, —n
slang bisexual short for bisexual

bi2
 
the internet domain name for
Burundi

Bi
 
the chemical symbol for
bismuth

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Word Origin & History

bi
1956, colloquial abbreviation of bisexual (see bisexuality).
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Medical Dictionary

Bi
The symbol for the element bismuth.

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Science Dictionary
Bi  
The symbol for bismuth.
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Slang Dictionary

bi definition


  1. n.
    one of the biceps. (Bodybuilding. Typically BI. Usually plural.) : I have to work on my BIs and then build up my thighs.
  2. mod.
    bisexual. : Suddenly she suspected that she was getting involved in some sort of strange bi activities.
  3. n.
    a bisexual person. : This information of interest only to bis and gays.
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Abbreviations & Acronyms
bi
Bislama
Bi
  1. bisexual

  2. bismuth

BI
  1. background information

  2. bodily injury

  3. built-in

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