bionic definition

  • adjective:
    • Of or associated with bionics.
    • Having anatomical frameworks or physiological procedures which can be changed or enhanced by digital or mechanical elements.
    • Having extraordinary energy, powers, or capabilities; superhuman.
    • about bionics.
    • Of a biological organism, having already been enhanced by digital or mechanical components; cyborg.
    • superhuman
    • having particular physiological features augmented or changed by electronic or electromechanical elements
    • of or concerning bionics
    • Of or regarding bionics.
    • Having anatomical frameworks or physiological processes which can be changed or enhanced by electric or technical elements.
    • Having extraordinary power, powers, or abilities; superhuman.
    • associated with bionics.
    • Of a biological system, having already been enhanced by electric or technical parts; cyborg.
    • superhuman
    • having certain physiological features augmented or changed by digital or electromechanical elements
    • of or concerning bionics
  • others:
    • In biology, obtaining the properties unusual to living organisms; especially, having the ability to repeat exactly the same morphological characters in successive years.
    • In biology, having the properties particular to living organisms; specially, being able to duplicate the same morphological figures in successive generations.

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