cyborg

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noun cy·borg \ˈsī-ˌbȯrg\

Definition of cyborg

  1. :  a bionic human

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Origin and Etymology of cyborg

cybernetic + organism


First Known Use: 1960


CYBORG Defined for English Language Learners

cyborg

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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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cyborg

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noun cy·borg \ˈsī-ˌbȯ(ə)rg\

Medical Definition of cyborg

  1. :  a bionic human


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