Definition of cyborg in English:

cyborg

Syllabification: cy·borg
Pronunciation: /ˈsīˌbôrɡ
 
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noun

A fictional or hypothetical person whose physical abilities are extended beyond normal human limitations by mechanical elements built into the body.
More example sentences
  • Ken's corpse is bought by a mad scientist, who enjoys transforming human bodies into cyborgs.
  • Its 2032 and the few human beings remaining on Earth co-exist with cyborgs, human spirits inhabiting mechanical bodies, and dolls.
  • He walked across the docking bay, stepping over bodies - every one of them human - and the cyborgs followed obediently.

Origin

1960s: blend of cyber- and organism.

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