Definitions

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  • noun Alternative spelling of auto-reply.

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Examples

  • In my last post I said the people at the Canadian embassy in Mexico City sent me an autoreply simply refering me to their website (No Help).

    US/MEX Citizens traveling to canada

  • In my last post I said the people at the Canadian embassy in Mexico City sent me an autoreply simply refering me to their website (No Help).

    US/MEX Citizens traveling to canada

  • In my last post I said the people at the Canadian embassy in Mexico City sent me an autoreply simply refering me to their website (No Help).

    US/MEX Citizens traveling to canada

  • In my last post I said the people at the Canadian embassy in Mexico City sent me an autoreply simply refering me to their website (No Help).

    US/MEX Citizens traveling to canada

  • In my last post I said the people at the Canadian embassy in Mexico City sent me an autoreply simply refering me to their website (No Help).

    US/MEX Citizens traveling to canada

  • In my last post I said the people at the Canadian embassy in Mexico City sent me an autoreply simply refering me to their website (No Help).

    US/MEX Citizens traveling to canada

  • In my last post I said the people at the Canadian embassy in Mexico City sent me an autoreply simply refering me to their website (No Help).

    US/MEX Citizens traveling to canada

  • In my last post I said the people at the Canadian embassy in Mexico City sent me an autoreply simply refering me to their website (No Help).

    US/MEX Citizens traveling to canada

  • In my last post I said the people at the Canadian embassy in Mexico City sent me an autoreply simply refering me to their website (No Help).

    US/MEX Citizens traveling to canada

  • In my last post I said the people at the Canadian embassy in Mexico City sent me an autoreply simply refering me to their website (No Help).

    US/MEX Citizens traveling to canada

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