See also: binär

Nyunga Edit

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Noun Edit


  1. meteor

References Edit

  • 1992, Rose Whitehurst, Noongar Dictionary, Noongar Language and Culture Centre (Bunbury, Western Australia)

Romanian Edit

Etymology Edit

Borrowed from French binaire and Latin bīnārius.

Pronunciation Edit

Adjective Edit

binar m or n (feminine singular binară, masculine plural binari, feminine and neuter plural binare)

  1. binary

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Spanish Edit

Etymology Edit

Borrowed from Vulgar Latin bīnāre (to do something twice; to work the land twice), from a derivative of Latin bīnī, from bis (twice, two times). Cognate with French biner (to hoe).

Pronunciation Edit

  • IPA(key): /biˈnaɾ/ [biˈnaɾ]
  • Rhymes: -aɾ
  • Syllabification: bi‧nar

Verb Edit

binar (first-person singular present bino, first-person singular preterite biné, past participle binado)

  1. to plow over
  2. to dig over

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