outbreed(redirected from outbreeds)
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v. out·bred (-brĕd′), out·breed·ing, out·breeds
1. To subject to outbreeding.
2. To produce offspring at a greater rate than: an introduced species of toad that outbreeds native amphibians.
To engage in outbreeding.
vb, -breeds, -breeding or -bred
1. (Anthropology & Ethnology) (intr) anthropol to produce offspring through sexual relations outside a particular family or tribe
2. (Zoology) to breed (animals that are not closely related) or (of such animals) to be bred
v.t. -bred, -breed•ing.
to breed selected individuals outside the limits of the breed or variety.
Past participle: outbred