Containing, or consisting of, two languages; expressed in two languages; as, a bilingual inscription; a bilingual dictionary.
Possessing knowledge of two languages; typically it refers to a person who can speak and write two languages.
Fluent in two languages.
Written or expressed in two languages.
Refers to stamps inscribed in two languages. Most Canadian stamps include both English and French text. South African stamps are sometimes in both English and Afrikaans.
using or capable of using two languages, especially with equal or nearly equal facility.
Capable of communicating in two languages - but not necessarily at the same level of proficiency.
The ability to use either one of two languages, especially when speaking.
a person who speaks two languages fluently
using or knowing two languages; "bilingual education"
The ability to function in Canada's two official languages, English and French.
Able to speak in two languages.
involving 2 languages; this might refer to a type of dictionary, for example, in which terms are translated from one language to another, e.g. an English-Chinese dictionary
Inscribed in two languages. Most Canadian stamps include both English and French text. South African stamps from 1926-49 were printed alternately with English and Afrikaans inscriptions in the same sheet.
The ability to speak fluently in two languages.
able to use two languages
Able to communicate in two languages.
education: Instruction in which a student's home language is used in addition to English.
Competent in two languages. A bilingual person can speak two languages.
A person who knows and uses two languages. [See Richards, J.C., Platt, J. & Platt, H. (1992)
having the ability to speak two languages.
Capable of speaking fluently in two languages.
A person [child or adult] who speaks two languages.
Stamps having the inscriptions and, sometimes, the value indications in two languages, as practiced by Belgium, South Africa, and Canada.
The ability to use 2 or more languages through all forms of communication with varied levels of proficiency
Able to utter doubletalk in two languages.