If you mean does the Bible use the term 'Trinity', then no it doesn't. But the concept is present throughout the Old Testament and the New Testament. In Genesis, it states "Let US make man in OUR image, according to OUR likeness". It also refers to "the Spirit of God moving over the waters" during the creation sequence. These kinds of references and more continue throughout the Old Testament, including verses referring to Jesus.
In the New Testament, there are even more and clearer references to the Father, Son and Holy Spirit such as the one Dave Matthews cites. The concept of a triune God is throughout the Bible from start to finish but you won't find the term 'Trinity', or it's equivalent in Greek, Hebrew or Aramaic, in the Bible itself. That term wasn't coined until after the Bible texts were written.