Associations to the word «Auto»


AUTO, adjective. Automatic (of a gearbox / transmission)
AUTO, noun. (chiefly attributively) An automobile.
AUTO, noun. A setting for automatic operation.
AUTO, noun. A writ.
AUTO, noun. An automatic gearbox / transmission.
AUTO, noun. A car with an automatic gearbox / transmission.
AUTO, noun. (India) An autorickshaw.
AUTO, proper noun. An unincorporated community in West Virginia
AUTO BODIES, noun. Plural of auto body
AUTO BODY, noun. The outer shell of a car, as opposed to the chassis.
AUTO DA FE, noun. The public announcement of the sentences imposed by the Inquisition on supposed heretics.
AUTO DA FE, noun. The public execution of those sentences, often by burning at the stake.
AUTO DA FÉ, noun. Alternative spelling of auto da fe
AUTO DA FES, noun. Plural of auto da fe
AUTO DE FÉ, noun. Alternative spelling of auto de fe
AUTO DE FE, noun. Alternative form of auto da fe
AUTO INSURANCE, noun. (US) Insurance purchased by the owner of a vehicle to cover losses due to traffic accidents or theft
AUTO MECHANIC, noun. (US) A person skilled in repairing and maintaining automobiles and other motor vehicles.
AUTO MECHANICS, noun. Plural of auto mechanic
AUTO PARK, noun. A parcel of land that has been zoned via local regulation for commercial uses related to automobile sales and maintenance.
AUTO RACING, noun. (motor racing) Any of various sports in which automobiles (motor cars) are raced, either around a track, on roads or across country
AUTO SHOP, noun. (US) (Canada) A shop that deals in the repair of automobiles
AUTO SHOP, noun. (US) (Canada) A school class dealing with the repair of automobiles.
AUTO SHOW, noun. (automotive) An annual or semiannual public event for exhibition of automobiles and automobile designs.
AUTO SHOWS, noun. Plural of auto show

Dictionary definition

AUTO, noun. A motor vehicle with four wheels; usually propelled by an internal combustion engine; "he needs a car to get to work".

Wise words

Life has no meaning unless one lives it with a will, at least to the limit of one's will. Virtue, good, evil are nothing but words, unless one takes them apart in order to build something with them; they do not win their true meaning until one knows how to apply them.
Paul Gauguin