Definition of Bilinguals

1. Noun. (plural of bilingual) ¹



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Definition of Bilinguals

1. bilingual [n] - See also: bilingual

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bilinguals

bilimbi
bilimbing
bilimbis
biliment
biliments
bilin
bilineal
bilinear
bilinearly
bilingual
bilingual dictionary
bilingualism
bilingualisms
bilinguality
bilingually
bilinguals (current term)
bilinguar
bilinguis
bilinguist
bilinguists
bilinguous
bilinite
bilins
biliopancreatic diversion
bilious
bilious headache
bilious pneumonia
bilious remittent fever
bilious remittent malaria
bilious typhoid of Griesinger

Literary usage of Bilinguals

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1. Encyclopaedia Britannica, a Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and edited by Hugh Chisholm (1910)
"... 5-2% that spoke Welsh only, the remainder being bilinguals, as compared with 17% speaking English only, 17-7 speaking Welsh only and the rest bilinguals ..."

2. Old Testament and Semitic Studies in Memory of William Rainey Harper by William Rainey Harper (1908)
"For the elucidation of literary texts, we have, besides the bilinguals," commentaries arranged on the principle of picking out difficult terms and phrases ..."

3. Researching Mathematics Education in South Africa: Perspectives, Practices by Renuka Vithal, Jill Adler, Christine Keitel (2005)
"This is different from the monolingual view, which always compares the linguistic ability of bilinguals with that of monolinguals in the languages concerned ..."

4. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain & Ireland by Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland (1893)
"Turning to the two short bilinguals in Syrian and Cuneiform, which are not only valuable in themselves, but give us hopes of further bilinguals in these two ..."

5. The Text and Canon of the New Testament by Alexander Souter (1913)
"It is difficult from our surviving examples to say how widespread the use of such bilinguals was. Some scholars think that the earliest Latin MSS. were ..."

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