automatic

automatic
1. adjective
automatisch

his reaction was completely automatic — er reagierte ganz automatisch

automatic pilot — see academic.ru/4589/autopilot">autopilot

2. noun
(weapon) automatische Waffe; (vehicle) Fahrzeug mit Automatikgetriebe
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1. adjective
1) ((of a machine etc) working by itself: an automatic washing-machine.) automatisch
2) ((of an action) without thinking: an automatic response.) automatisch
2. noun
(a self-loading gun: He has two automatics and a rifle.) die Automatik(pistole)
- automated
- automatically
- automation
- automaton
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auto·mat·ic
[ˌɔ:təˈmætɪk, AM ˌɑ:t̬əˈmæt̬ɪk]
I. adj
1. (operating independently) automatisch
fully \automatic vollautomatisch
\automatic pistol Selbstladepistole f
\automatic rifle Selbstladegewehr nt
\automatic washing machine Waschautomat m
2. (involuntary) automatisch
\automatic driving mechanisches Fahren
\automatic reaction mechanische [o automatische] Reaktion
3. (immediate) automatisch
II. n
1. (non-manual machine) Automat m
2. (car) Automatikwagen m
3. (pistol) Selbstladepistole f; (rifle) Selbstladegewehr nt
4. (washing machine) Waschautomat m, Waschmaschine f SCHWEIZ, ÖSTERR
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["ɔːtə'mtɪk]
1. adj (lit, fig)
automatisch

the refund is not automatic — Rückerstattung erfolgt nicht automatisch

he has the automatic right ... — er hat automatisch das Recht ...

the film star's automatic smile — das Routinelächeln des Filmstars

you shouldn't need telling, it should be automatic — das sollte man dir nicht erst sagen müssen, das solltest du automatisch tun

automatic camera — Automatikkamera f

automatic choke — Startautomatik f

automatic data processing — automatische Datenverarbeitung

automatic defroster — Abtauautomatik f

automatic exposure (Phot) — Belichtungsautomatik f

automatic gearbox or transmission (Aut) — Automatikgetriebe nt

the automatic model — das Modell mit Automatik

automatic rifle — Schnellfeuergewehr nt

automatic weapon — automatische Waffe, Schnellfeuerwaffe f

2. n
(= car) Automatikwagen m; (= gun) automatische Waffe, Maschinenwaffe f; (= washing machine) Waschautomat m
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automatic [ˌɔːtəˈmætık]
A adj (adv automatically) allg automatisch
B s
1. TECH Automat m
2. automatische Waffe
3. AUTO Auto n mit Automatik(getriebe)
4. Waschautomat m
auto. abk
1. automatic
2. automobile
3. automotive
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1. adjective
automatisch

his reaction was completely automatic — er reagierte ganz automatisch

automatic pilot — see autopilot

2. noun
(weapon) automatische Waffe; (vehicle) Fahrzeug mit Automatikgetriebe
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adj.
automatisch adj.
maschinell adj.
selbstbeweglich adj. n.
Automatik f.

English-german dictionary. 2013.

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