Hybrid

The name given to a plant that is produced from crossing two different species or varieties, often of the same genus which inherit some of the important characteristics of each parent

Hybrid

A cross-bred hawk. Offspring of two separate species, orig, Lat: hybrida
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hybrid

(hi┬┤brid) an offspring of genetically different parents. something of mixed origin or composition.
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hybrid

[n] - a composite of mixed origin 2. [n] - an offspring of genetically dissimilar parents or stock
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Hybrid

• (n.) The offspring of the union of two distinct species; an animal or plant produced from the mixture of two species. See Mongrel. • (a.) Produced from the mixture of two species; as, plants of hybrid nature. • (n.) A word composed of elements which belong to different languages.
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hybrid

<biology> An offspring of parents from different species or sub-species. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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hybrid

crossbreed noun an organism that is the offspring of genetically dissimilar parents or stock; especially offspring produced by breeding plants or animals of different varieties or breeds or species; `a mule is a cross between a horse and a donkey`
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Hybrid

[biology] In biology a hybrid is an offspring of two animals or plants of different breeds, varieties, species, or genera. Using genetics terminology, it may be defined as follows. From a taxonomic perspective, hybrid refers to: ==Etymology== According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the word is derived from Latin hybrida, meaning the `of...
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Hybrid

[golf] A hybrid is a type of club used in the sport of golf with a design borrowing from both irons and woods while differing from both. The name `hybrid` comes from genetics to denote a mixture of two different species with desirable characteristics of both, and the term here has been generalized, combining the familiar swing mechanics of ...
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Hybrid

[grape] Notable graduates of the Villanova University School of Law ...
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Hybrid

[role-playing game] Hybrid (stylized HYBRID) is a role playing game created by `C`. The `game` is said to correctly model physical reality, and originated from a series of `disjointed` posts by the author on a Usenet board. Hybrid consists of over 500 different and non-sequential rules, many of them utilizing references to pop culture and p...
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Hybrid

[Scott Washington] Hybrid (real name Scott Washington) is a fictional anti-hero of the Marvel Universe. Scott Washington first appeared in The New Warriors #21 (March 1992) by writer Fabian Nicieza and penciller Mark Bagley. The symbiote first appeared in the back-up stories in the Venom: Along Came A Spider (1996) miniseries by writer Evan...
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Hybrid

[video game] Hybrid is a downloadable third-person shooter video game released on August 8, 2012 for Xbox Live Arcade. It was developed by Bellevue, Washington-based 5th Cell. Utilizing the Source game engine from Valve Corporation, this is the first Xbox 360 title from developer 5th Cell. ==Gameplay== Hybrid is a multiplayer online third-p...
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Hybrid

Hy'brid adjective Produced from the mixture of two species; as, plants of hybrid nature.
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Hybrid

Hy'brid noun [ Latin hybrida , hibrida , probably allied to Greek ... wantonness (as if unbridled, lawless, unnatural), perhaps akin to Greek 'ype`r over, English over : confer French hybride .] (Biol.) The offspring of the union of two distinct species; a...
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hybrid

a bike that combines features of road and mountain bikes. Also called a cross bike.
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Hybrid

A cross between two different species of bird.
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Hybrid

A cross between two or more different species.
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hybrid

A cross between two species, sub-species or varieties.
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hybrid

A cross of different types of grape vines from different species. Usually done to help breed a higher tolerance to diseases or other problems.
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hybrid

a cross-breed between two species.
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hybrid

A crossbred animal. The offspring of two different species.
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Hybrid

A crossbreed between two different species. Seeds taken from hybrids will not produce fruit that is true to the parents. Instead, they tend to revert to a form of the grandparent fruit.
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Hybrid

A device or system combining two types of mechanisms, circuits, or design approaches, each of which
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Hybrid

A fabricated section composed of elements of more than one grade of steel.
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