- n. Plural form of hybrid.
“However, attaching a sexual preference to those who stubbornly refuse to believe in hybrids is simply not good science and is quite rude — might want to watch it with those cultural stereotypes.”
“Mr. Early encourages us to think of high-performance athletes as what he calls "hybrids"—that is, people who live in an ambiguous space between the public and private.”
“The biggest problem facing these "hybrids" is a problem with reception.”
“In 2020, Ford expects just 1% to 2% of its sales will be pure electrics, while 10% to 25% will be hybrids and plug-in hybrids, said Nancy Gioia, who leads the company's electric, hybrid-electric and plug-in hybrid programs.”
“Dan Frederiksen 9: 50AM (4/28/2010) shouldn't lexus be making plugin hybrids instead of pointless gimmicks like this ..”
“Plug-in hybrids don't offer many benefits to people with long commutes because most of your travel will end up on the gas engine.”
“A spectrum of vehicles that use electricity partially or fully is around the corner, with choices to include EVs, “extended-range EVs,” plug-in hybrids, and regular hybrids.”
“Plug-in hybrids vary greatly in the size of their batteries and the conditions that require them to run on gasoline.”
“The backlash was so severe that they later drove from Detroit for a follow-up hearing in hybrids, a move mocked on "Saturday Night Live.”
“Batteries used in hybrids are not nearly where they need be to get the economic value from them we should be getting.”
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