Interbred



[in-ter-breed] /ˌɪn tərˈbrid/

verb (used with object), interbred, interbreeding.
1.
to crossbreed (a plant or animal).
2.
to cause to together.
verb (used without object), interbred, interbreeding.
3.
to crossbreed.
4.
to or mate with a closely related individual, as in a small, closed population.
/ˌɪntəˈbriːd/
verb -breeds, -breeding, -bred
1.
(intransitive) to breed within a single family or strain so as to produce particular characteristics in the offspring
2.
another term for crossbreed (sense 1)
v.

1859, from inter- + breed. Related: Interbred; interbreeding.

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