triennial

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From Latin triennium ‎(three-year period), from tres ‎(three) + annus ‎(year).

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triennial ‎(not comparable)

  1. Happening every three years.
    triennial elections
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  2. Lasting for three years.
    triennial parliaments; a triennial reign
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Noun[edit]

triennial ‎(plural triennials)

  1. A third anniversary.

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