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Bis is a Latin prefix or suffix designating the second instance of a thing, thus preceding ter. An example in recent modern usage is the ITU-T modem standard from the late 20th century, V.32bis.

Bis can also be used as a notation, which indicates that an item has been, or is to be, repeated; this is typically used in accounts and in music.

Bis or BIS can also refer to:

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  • Bice, from the French bis, a green or blue pigment