Definition of hybridity in English:

hybridity

noun

See hybrid

  • ‘Inspired by news items about cloning and the duel concepts of cultural opposition and hybridity, he melded the peaceful birds with fiercer creatures of prey and perched them all on a fence.’
  • ‘As always, the weekend sidestage shows that will take place during the day on July 27 and 28 are sure to be a source of musical innovation and cultural hybridity.’
  • ‘In their own individual ways, all these artists reflect - and reflect upon - this cultural hybridity.’
  • ‘Their very hybridity and instability make them difficult to represent through static models and maps, which at best represent partial truths.’
  • ‘But it is this hybridity that makes the show a dismal failure.’

Pronunciation

hybridity

/hʌɪˈbrɪdɪti/