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hy·brid·ize

 (hī′brĭ-dīz′)
v. hy·brid·ized, hy·brid·iz·ing, hy·brid·iz·es
v.intr.
1. To produce hybrids; crossbreed.
2. To form base pairs between complementary regions of two strands of DNA that were not originally paired.
v.tr.
To cause to produce a hybrid; crossbreed.

hy′brid·i·za′tion (-brĭ-dĭ-zā′shən) n.
hy′brid·iz′er n.

hybridize

(ˈhaɪbrɪˌdaɪz) or

hybridise

vb
(Biology) to produce or cause to produce hybrids; crossbreed
ˈhybridˌizable, ˈhybridˌisable adj
ˌhybridiˈzation, ˌhybridiˈsation n
ˈhybridˌizer, ˈhybridˌiser n

hy•brid•ize

(ˈhaɪ brɪˌdaɪz)

v. -ized, -iz•ing. v.t.
1. to cause to produce hybrids; cross.
2. to breed or cause the production of (a hybrid).
v.i.
3. to produce hybrids.
4. to cause the production of hybrids by crossing.
5. to form a double-stranded nucleic acid of two single strands of DNA or RNA, or one of each, by allowing the base pairs of the separate strands to form complementary bonds.
6. to fuse two cells of different genotypes into a hybrid cell.
[1835–45]
hy′brid•iz`a•ble, adj.
hy`brid•i•za′tion, n.
hy′brid•ist, hy′brid•iz`er, n.

hybridize


Past participle: hybridized
Gerund: hybridizing

Imperative
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Preterite
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Present Continuous
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Present Perfect
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Past Continuous
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Past Perfect
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Future
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Future Perfect
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Future Continuous
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Present Perfect Continuous
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Future Perfect Continuous
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Past Perfect Continuous
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Conditional
I would hybridize
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Past Conditional
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.hybridize - breed animals or plants using parents of different races and varieties; "cross a horse and a donkey"; "Mendel tried crossbreeding"; "these species do not interbreed"
breed - cause to procreate (animals); "She breeds dogs"
backcross - mate a hybrid of the first generation with one of its parents
Translations

hybridize

[ˈhaɪbrɪdaɪz]
A. VThibridar
B. VIhibridar

hybridize

[ˈhaɪbrɪdaɪz] hybridise (British)
vi [plant, animal] → s'hybrider
to hybridize with → se croiser avec
vt [+ plant, animal] → hybrider

hybridize

vt (Ling) → hybridisieren (spec); (Bot, Zool also) → kreuzen; (fig)mischen, kreuzen
References in classic literature ?
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So that certain individual plants and all the individuals of certain species can actually be hybridised much more readily than they can be self-fertilised!
A hybridised as well as a pure electric powertrain option for the XC40 will be added later.
Following nucleic acid extraction target DNA/cDNA is amplified in a single reaction and subsequently hybridised to a biochip array containing multiple pathogen-specific probes.
It retains many of the interesting phenomena of graphene (2D geometry, strength, durability, the Dirac cone at the Fermi level), however it displays a significant buckling out of plane relating to the preference of silicon to form sp3, rather than sp2, hybridised bonds.
They may have been in and out of favour since they Look out for summer's super firework display were introduced from South Africa and hybridised more than a century ago, but their popularity is now at an all-time high.
They may have been in and out of favour since they were introduced from South Africa and hybridised more than a century ago, but their popularity is now at an all-time high.
These early exhibitions pioneered the wholesale use of two important technologies (and their sometimes hybridised relatives): the mechanical ride and the moving image.
Known as BioStories, this online science writing project requires students to write hybridised narratives that integrate information about an important socioscientific issue as a way of reengaging students and developing an understanding of the underlying science concepts.
The pair happily posed for a snap beside the impressive white gullwing - a prototype that hybridised a DeLorean and a Dodge Challenger.
However, cultural changes are possible in immigrant families' thinking and living patterns as they become exposed to hybridised forms of multicultural life in a global world (Singh, 2005).