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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbionicbi‧on‧ic /baɪˈɒnɪk $ -ˈɑːn-/ adjective  TPSTORYbionic arms, legs etc are electronic and therefore stronger or faster than normal arms etc – often used humorously I swear Mom has bionic ears.
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bionicMechanics will be needed to manufacture bionic appendages.Kelly is bionic but still very young.By pushing industrial processes toward the organic model, bionic engineers create a spectrum of ecosystem types.In the following chapters I survey this unified bionic frontier.