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UK
/baɪnˈəʊmɪəl/
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[ US /baɪˈnoʊmiəɫ/ ]
[ US /baɪˈnoʊmiəɫ/ ]
ADJECTIVE

having or characterized by two names, especially those of genus and species in taxonomies
binomial nomenclature of bacteria 
of or relating to or consisting of two terms
binomial expression
NOUN
 (mathematics) a quantity expressed as a sum or difference of two terms; a polynomial with two terms
How To Use binomial In A Sentence
 The binomial designates a duel made up of two individuated forces which intersect.
 The question of what name to apply to this or that binomial species was often left unresolved.
 He also developed a way to name plants called binomial nomenclature (bi NOH mee ul · NOH mun klay chur). Recently Uploaded Slideshows
 Guisante (Corrupted Latin: AraboRomance Spanish Dialect Mozarabic, adopted by Castillian dialect) _Pisum sativum_ (Modern day binomial scientific name of the English pea or Green pea) "Rooted" in the same time frame we had: cicer, cicero (Latin) Translation for peas & greenbeans (nfm)
 Overlooked was Buckley's proposal of the binomial T. texanum, now considered a variety of T. pusillum.
 By pulling these observations together with some mathematical syntax, a theorem is formed relating to the expansion of binomial terms.
 One can do this by basing the material on the CoxRossRubinstein theorem and the like, approximating the BlackScholes model with discretetime binomial trees.
 One of the results on which alKaraji uses this form of induction comes from his work on the binomial theorem, the binomial coefficients and the Pascal triangle.
 Etymology.From Cretaceous, the geological epoch of the genus; and the standard suffix for thrips binomials.
 There are some different flavors of random, such as gaussian or normally distributed, binomially distributed, Poisson distributed and the like. Verification r2 Revealed!!! « Climate Audit