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  • verb Present participle of hybridize.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun (genetics) the act of mixing different species or varieties of animals or plants and thus to produce hybrids

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Examples

  • And I really like the idea of hybridizing that witth the Metal Men.

    Week 10: You've Got Me? Who's Got You?

  • And I really like the idea of hybridizing that witth the Metal Men.

    Archive 2006-07-01

  • Some years before he had conceived the idea of hybridizing buffalo with black Galloway cattle; and with the characteristic determination and energy of the man, he at once set about finding a suitable range.

    The Last of the Plainsmen

  • And while much of the painstaking breeding and hybridizing by our ancestors has provided us with an extraordinary variety of edible plants, it may be time to question some of the time-honored Western methods of plant care.

    Linda Buzzell: The Zen of Pruning

  • And while much of the painstaking breeding and hybridizing by our ancestors has provided us with an extraordinary variety of edible plants, it may be time to question some of the time-honored Western methods of plant care.

    Linda Buzzell: The Zen of Pruning

  • Another interim step is "hybridizing" an application to run some instances or functionality in the public cloud while retaining the core on an internal private cloud.

    Tony Greenberg: Key Cloud Migration Decisions

  • Another interim step is "hybridizing" an application to run some instances or functionality in the public cloud while retaining the core on an internal private cloud.

    Tony Greenberg: Key Cloud Migration Decisions

  • It's even harder to predict the second-order consequences of new technologies when they start merging at the edges, and hybridizing.

    Archive 2010-05-01

  • And while much of the painstaking breeding and hybridizing by our ancestors has provided us with an extraordinary variety of edible plants, it may be time to question some of the time-honored Western methods of plant care.

    Linda Buzzell: The Zen of Pruning

  • And while much of the painstaking breeding and hybridizing by our ancestors has provided us with an extraordinary variety of edible plants, it may be time to question some of the time-honored Western methods of plant care.

    Linda Buzzell: The Zen of Pruning

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