As a special type of multiword expressions, binomials are a frequent phenomenon in many languages. We focus on binomial adverbs that are coordinations of two adverbial constituents. Their syntactic contribution to a sentence is adverbial as well and their semantic contribution is idiomatic. They have many uses, such as to intensify (first and foremost), express tendency (more and more), frequency (over and over [again]), vagueness (more or less), determination (sooner or later) etc. In this work, we describe our approaches to identify binomial adverbs in a large multiparallel corpus. Alongside the well-known measure of reversibility, we also calculate measures of statistical association and look for single-word translation equivalents in other languages. Combining these features facilitates the identification of binomial adverbs.