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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhybridhy‧brid /ˈhaɪbrɪd/ ●○○ noun [countable]  1 HBAHBPan animal or plant produced from parents of different breeds or typescross-breedhybrid of a hybrid of wheat and ryesee thesaurus at mixture2 MIXsomething that consists of or comes from a mixture of two or more other things hybrid architecturehybrid of a unique hybrid of blues, country, pop, and gospel music
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hybridBrownies are a hybrid, part fudge, part cake.a foodcrop that is a hybrid of wheat and ryeThe new constitution was a hybrid of presidential and parliamentary systems.a hybrid approach combining the merits of both methodsDifferent strains and hybrids respond quite differently to a given dose.Few bonds are exclusively ionic or covalent; instead, most are hybrids.Artificial hybrids of these Echinodorus have not yet been created in the aquarium.Eco-Foam is made of corn starch from a special corn hybrid.Rip Rig created a heady hybrid out of the bare bones of jazz improvisation, dub-funk rhythms and punk attitude.a public/private hybrid companyWe now have approximately 180 magnolias at Lanhydrock and of these there are some 120 different species, hybrids or cultivars.She bore down on the hybrids and, with her claws, she killed them almost before they realized.But now some seed companies reckon wheat hybrids are really on the horizon.hybrid ofThe cartridge is essentially a hybrid of a floppy disk and a hard disk.Triticale is a hybrid of wheat and rye.