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biunique

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adjective bi·unique \ˌbī-yu̇-ˈnēk, -yü-\

Definition of biunique

  1. :  being a correspondence between two sets that is one-to-one in both directions

biuniqueness

noun


1941

First Known Use of biunique

1941

Rhymes with biunique

Battle Creek, Bolshevik, Boundary Peak, Chesapeake, control freak, dominique, doublespeak, fenugreek, Granite Peak, hide-and-seek, Holy Week, Martinique, Menshevik, Middle Greek, Modern Greek, Mozambique, Passion Week, tongue-in-cheek, up the creek, verd antique, widow's peak


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