Yes, bilingual means having two languages (such as a country), or in two languages (such as a newspaper, or a translation dictionary).
But bilingual can also refer to a person. A person who can speak any two languages fluently is said to be bilingual, and if they can speak more than two languages fluently, they are multilingual.
I speak two languages so I am bilingual. The bilingual countries, such as Canada and Equatorial Guinea, have two official languages.
A country with two official languages is called bilingual, just like a person who speaks two languages.
Bilingual. Canda is officially bilingual using French and English.
Bilingual means two languages. It is used to talk about people who can speak two languages My sister is bilingual
A country that has two official languages might be called "bilingual" but most people would merely call it by name and say, if necessary, that two languages have official status.
written or spoken in 2 languages
To make a country officially bilingual, there must be two official languages, selected by the government. If there is only one official language, but another language is spoken, the country is not considered officially bilingual.
Bilingual countries. E.g. Finland is a bilingual country as its Official Languages are Finnish and Swedish. Whereas French is a monolingual country as it only speaks French.
Someone who is bilingual knows two languages.
Bilingual means able to speak two languages.
Two languages; normally it's used to describe a person, "a bilingual person": a person who knows two languages.
Bilingual means the ability to speak in two languages.