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bionic

1. of or relating to bionics
2. (in science fiction) having certain physiological functions augmented or replaced by electronic equipment
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bionic

A machine that is patterned after principles found in humans or nature; for example, robots. Bionic also refers to artificial devices implanted into humans replacing or extending normal human functions. See biomimicry and Bionic chip.
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