bionic man

  1. a human being whose body has been taken over in whole or in part by electromechanical devices
    a cyborg is a cybernetic organism
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  • That it did not only reinforces his reputation as something of a bionic man. Times, Sunday Times
  • But he's just a bionic man. Times, Sunday Times
  • DID you see that programme about the bionic man? The Sun
  • Correspondence chess games, while often brilliant, have seemed kind of like the equivalent of the bionic man - strong play sure, but is it really human?
  • The powerful energy source may revolutionise the design of prosthetic limbs, making the idea of bionic man a real possibility. Times, Sunday Times
  • Here we examine how science can potentially kit out a human being from head to toe to create a real bionic man.
  • The Bionic Man was an entertaining piece of fictional TV, but Steve Austin's bionic eye is now a reality.
  • After all, people thought the very idea of a bionic man was crazy until we actually made one.
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