Definition and meaning of fortnightly in English

fortnightlyadjective
UK/ˈfɔːtnaɪtli/
US/ˈfɔːrtnaɪtli/
1.The adjective form of fortnightly means occurring every two weeks.
Our book club meets fortnightly, allowing us to discuss and share our thoughts on a regular basis.
The local newspaper publishes a fortnightly edition, keeping residents informed about community events and news.
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fortnightlyadverb
UK/ˈfɔːtnaɪtli/
US/ˈfɔːrtnaɪtli/
1.The adverb form of fortnightly means happening or occurring once every two weeks.
Our team meetings are held fortnightly, meaning we gather every two weeks to discuss progress.
The magazine is published fortnightly, so you can expect a new issue every two weeks.
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