Definitions for bionicbaɪˈɒn ɪk

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

bi•on•icbaɪˈɒn ɪk(adj.)

  1. having normal functions enhanced by electronic devices and mechanical parts for dangerous or intricate tasks.

    Category: Common Vocabulary

  2. of or pertaining to bionics.

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  1. bionic(adj)

    of or relating to bionics

  2. bionic(adj)

    having particular physiological functions augmented or replaced by electronic or electromechanical components


  1. bionic(Adjective)

    Related to bionics.

  2. bionic(Adjective)

    Of a biological organism, having been enhanced by electronic or mechanical parts; cyborg.

  3. bionic(Adjective)


  4. Origin: From bio-electronic.


  1. Bionic

    Bionic is the debut album of the Canadian rock band, Sandbox. The album was recorded at Metalworks Studios between January and February of 1995. It was released in 1995 on Latitude Records. An enhanced edition was later released in 1996. The album's first single, "Curious", reached #34 on Canada's RPM Singles chart and #8 on Canada's Alternative chart. The song also received regular airplay on MuchMusic. Videos were later also released for the singles "Collide" and "Here and There".

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