American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. An automobile.
- v. To go by or ride in an automobile.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In Spanish literature, a play.
- n. In Spanish law:
- n. An order; a decree; a sentence; a decision.
- n. plural The pleadings and proceedings in a lawsuit.
- n. An auto de fe.
- n. An element in compound words of Greek origin, meaning self, of itself (natural), of one's self (independently), of nothing but …, etc.: very common in English and other modern languages, especially in scientific terms.
- n. A colloquial abbreviation of automobile: a motor-car.
- n. A real existence; what actually exists, in contradistinction to what only apparently exists.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. An abbreviation of
- adj. of or pertaining to an automobile.
- n. a motor vehicle with four wheels; usually propelled by an internal combustion engine
- From Ancient Greek αὐτός (autos, "self"), metanalyzed from auto- in words such as automatic, autopilot, and automobile. (Wiktionary)
- Short for automobile. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
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“Once you plug in the Wii MotionPlus dongle, the title auto-recognizes it and takes advantage of its added precision.”
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“Now onwards, Google said there would be no auto-following, but Google will merely suggest people you could follow, what it calls auto-suggest.”
“Google said there would be no auto-following, but Google will merely suggest people you could follow, what it calls auto-suggest.”
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“Because of the extra $2,700 we were able to apply to debt, we paid off a full 1. 56\% of our debt, which I define as our auto loans (currently $0), student loans, and mortgage.”
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