Recent Examples of cyborg from the Web
His muse of the season was the shape-shifting cyborg, according to show notes, which inspired the clinical white set with operating tables.
While accelerating at speeds under 19 mph, the Leaf chirps like a cyborg cricket.
Not everyone, of course, is cut out to be a cyborg-Springsteen.
Some fans have made a connection between the white skin tight cyborg suit Taylor dons to the outfit Scarlett Johansson wears in Ghost in the Shell, a film that was skewered for whitewashing the origin story.
Yep, that’s a baby snake crawling up cyborg Taylor’s face.
Anderson played Oscar Goldman, Majors' boss at the secret government spy agency the astronaut went to work for after becoming a cyborg.
Speaking of Calvin, is Taylor's cyborg a wink to Nils Sjöberg?
On Twitter, pro-Russian bots and cyborgs helped promote accusations that McCain allied with neo-Nazis in the past, such as during Ukraine’s civil unrest in 2013.
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Origin and Etymology of cyborg
First Known Use: 1960See Words from the same year
CYBORG Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cyborg for English Language Learners
in stories : a person whose body contains mechanical or electrical devices and whose abilities are greater than the abilities of normal humans
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