Translation of bionic in Spanish:


biónico, adj.

Pronunciation /baɪˈɑnɪk/ /bʌɪˈɒnɪk/


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    the bionic woman la mujer biónica
    • Back in the 1970s, Steve Austin amazed the TV-watching world with his fictional bionic replacement body parts.
    • It can even become the basis of artificial sight - bionic eyes.
    • The Bionic Man was an entertaining piece of fictional TV, but Steve Austin's bionic eye is now a reality.
    • I suppose if you stimulate any nerve cell in your body the procedure is fairly generic, so the extension from a bionic ear to a bionic eye isn't a technological leap in terms of the delivery of electrical stimulation.
    • Gadget was bionic and had various contraptions built into his body, but his personality and some of his catchphrases were distinctly reminiscent of Maxwell Smart.
    • He had been wounded before, many times, but this one forced him to use an artificial heart, and a bionic limb replacement for his right arm.
    • The Elek were a race that were not born, but grown in clone vats with bionic limbs and nanofiber organs as part of their physiology.
    • We here so many stories about bionic eyes, AIDS vaccines, artificial skin, ‘cures’ for dementia etc, that never seem to get past the headline and research stage.
    • He said he has spent hundreds of pounds on equipment, including a bionic ear that amplifies sound by 36 times, a two-way radio with a radius of three miles, a night vision monocular and a searchlight.
    • Scientists with the ability to develop bionic dogs and digital noses are beginning experiments to create K9-the world's first robot sniffer dog.
    • The possibility of a species of bionic men and women has been elaborately imagined in science fiction portrayals of alien races such as ‘The Borg’ in the Paramount television series Star Trek The Next Generation.
    • And clearly what everyone knows about it, the more dramatic situations where hearing aids don't work, and then you've got cochlear implants, the bionic ear that people in Australia have led the world in.
    • After all, people thought the very idea of a bionic man was crazy until we actually made one.
    • ‘No,’ said Rilar Cray, for the third time, and felt the autonomic systems in her bionic left side kick in and administer a dose of calming endorphins.
    • Understanding what, exactly, the cochlear implant does may help children appreciate their new bionic ear and the cool technology that's behind it that allows them to hear better.
    • ‘They've been compared by some people to bionic arms,’ James wrote.
    • So as a technical writer, I may have to write the instructions for how to set a timer on a VCR, or how to replace a battery in a bionic ear, or how to configure the hardware in a telecommunications network.
    • Summarizing the plot, a gleeful morass of B-movie humour involving an evil sibling, a bionic bigfoot and radioactive pearls, is not only difficult, but also useless.
    • 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?
    • In other words, if you are shifted over toward the bionic side of the saddle, whether that leg is shorter or not, it would pull the muscles and tendons on the other leg more.