bio-

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See also: bio, bio., and -bio

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek βίο- (bío-), combining form and stem of βίος (bíos, life).

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bio-

  1. life
  2. organic life

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  • (animal life in particular): zoo-

Dutch[edit]

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bio-

  1. life

Finnish[edit]

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bio-

  1. bio-

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French[edit]

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bio-

  1. life

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German[edit]

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bio-

  1. life
  2. organically produced, or otherwise environmentally friendly

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life

organically

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Hungarian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek βίος (bíos, life).

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bio-

  1. life

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Italian[edit]

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bio-

  1. life

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Spanish[edit]

From Ancient Greek βίος (bíos, life).

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bio-

  1. bio-

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Swedish[edit]

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bio-

  1. bio-; pertaining to life

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