Definitions

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  • adjective Without a driver.

Etymologies

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driver +‎ -less

Examples

  • Boris will be keeping busy on the transport front following last week's flurry of thin tales about "driverless" Tube trains and strikes on royal wedding day.

    London week ahead: Boris on the move

  • Two engineers will be positioned in the "driverless" van, with one person behind the wheel just in case something goes fruity.

    Autoblog

  • He said "driverless" vehicles will make computers more like the robots imagined in the 1920s, rather than the tabletop data processors we use today.

    chicagotribune.com - News

  • He said "driverless" vehicles will make computers more like the robots imagined in the 1920s, rather than the tabletop data processors we use today.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • He said "driverless" vehicles will make computers more like the robots imagined in the 1920s, rather than the tabletop data processors we use today.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • The project includes two electric-powered "driverless" vans, each of which will carry two technicians.

    Gizmodo

  • However the line received massive investment in the early 90's, and an automatic "driverless" system (though an operator is still present in the cab at all times) means services can operative with a service interval of every 1-2minutes.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • He said "driverless" vehicles will make computers more like the robots imagined in the 1920s, rather than the tabletop data processors we use today.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • However the line received massive investment in the early 90's, and an automatic "driverless" system (though an operator is still present in the cab at all times) means services can operative with a service interval of every 1-2minutes.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • He said "driverless" vehicles will make computers more like the robots imagined in the 1920s, rather than the tabletop data processors we use today.

    The Seattle Times

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