hybrid (plural hybrids)
- (biology) Offspring resulting from cross-breeding different entities, e.g. two different species or two purebred parent strains.
- Something of mixed origin or composition; often, a tool or technology that combines the benefits of formerly separate tools or technologies.
- (linguistics) A word whose elements are derived from different languages.
- A hybrid vehicle (especially a car), one that runs on both fuel (gasoline/diesel) and electricity (battery or energy from the sun).
- All our family drive hybrids because they're greener.
- (cycling) A bicycle that is a compromise between a road bike and a mountain bike.
- (golf) A golf club that combines the characteristics of an iron and a wood.
- An electronic circuit constructed of individual devices bonded to a substrate or PCB.
- A computer that is part analog computer and part digital computer.
biology: offspring resulting from crossbreeding
something of mixed origin
word derived from different languages
car that runs on both fuel and electricity
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consisting of diverse components
- hybrid, page 216, chapter: A Miscegenation Vocabulary in Interracialism, Terms from the Oxford English Dictionary, book: Black White Intermarriage in American History, Literature and Law, Edited by Werner Sollor, Oxford University Press, 2000 
- hybrid in Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary, G. & C. Merriam, 1913
- hybrid in The Century Dictionary, New York, N.Y.: The Century Co., 1911
- hybrid at OneLook Dictionary Search
- a hybrid
- “hybrid” in The Bokmål Dictionary.
- a hybrid
- “hybrid” in The Nynorsk Dictionary.