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, Au•to- im Adj und Subst, unbetont, wenig produktiv
1. drückt aus, dass etwas ohne fremde Hilfe geschieht; der Autodidakt, autodidaktisch, die Autohypnose, die Autosuggestion
2. so, dass etwas automatisch funktioniert; der Autofokus <einer Kamera>, der Autopilot <eines Flugzeugs>, das Autozoom <einer Kamera>
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:
Au|to|ab|ga|se
pl (Mot) → car exhaust fumes pl, → car emissions pl
Au|to|apo|the|ke
ffirst-aid kit (for the car)
Au|to|at|las
mroad atlas
Au|to|auf|kle|ber

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:
Au|to|bat|te|rie
Au|to|bio|graf(in) ?
Au|to|bio|gra|fie ?
au|to|bio|gra|fisch ?
Au|to|bio|graph etc = Autobiografetc
Au|to|bom|be
fcar bomb

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:
Au|to-Cross
nt <-, ->, Au|to|cross ?
nt <-, -> → autocross
Au|to|da|fé
nt <-s, -s> (geh)auto-da-fé;
Au|to|deck
nt (auf Fähren) → car deck
Au|to|di|da#kt
m <-en, -en>, Au|to|di|dạk|tin
f <-, -nen> → autodidact (form), → self-educated person
Au|to|di|da#k|ten|tum
nt <-s>, no plautodidacticism (form)
au|to|di|da#k|tisch
adjautodidactic (form), → self-taught no adv
adv sich Auto- bildento educate oneself
Au|to|dieb(in)
m(f)car thief
Au|to|dieb|stahl
mcar theft
Au|to|drom
nt <-s, -e>
(Aus) → Dodgems® pl, → bumper cars pl
Au|to|drosch|ke
f (dated)taxicab
Au|to|elekt|rik
f(car) electrics pl
Au|to|ero|tik
Au|to|fab|rik
Au|to|fäh|re
fcar ferry
Au|to|fah|ren
nt <-s>, no pldriving (a car); (als Mitfahrer) → driving in a car
Au|to|fah|rer(in)
m(f)(car) driver
Au|to|fah|rer|gruß
m (iro inf) jdm den Auto- bieten˜ to give sb a V sign (Brit) → or the finger (US)
Au|to|fahrt
fdrive
Au|to|fal|le
f (bei Überfällen) → road trap; (= Radarkontrolle)speed or radar trap
Au|to|fo|kus|ka|me|ra
au|to|frei
adj Innenstadt, Urlaubsort, Sonntagcar-free
Au|to|fried|hof
m (inf)car dump
Au|to|gas

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:
Au|to|graph
Au|to|händ|ler(in)
m(f)car or automobile (US) → dealer
Au|to|hyp|no|se
Au|to|im|mun|er|kran|kung
f, Au|to|im|mun|krank|heit
f (Med) → autoimmune disease
Au|to|in|dust|rie
Au|to|kar|te
froad map
Au|to|ki|no
ntdrive-in cinema (Brit), → drive-in movie theater (US)
Au|to|kna|cker(in)
m(f) (inf)car thief
Au|to|ko|lon|ne
fline of cars
Au|to|krat
m <-en, -en>, Au|to|kra|tin
f <-, -nen> → autocrat
Au|to|kra|tie
f <-, -n> → autocracy
au|to|kra|tisch
adjautocratic
Au|to|kun|de
m, Au|to|kun|din
fcustomer with a car
Au|to|len|ker(in)
m(f) (Sw) → (car) driver
Au|to|mar|der
m
(= Tier)marten (that chews brake pipes etc)
(inf: = Autoknacker) → car thief
Au|to|mar|ke
fmake (of car)

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:
Au|to|me|cha|ni|ker(in)
m(f)car or motor mechanic
Au|to|mi|nu|te
fminute by car, minute’s drive

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:
Au|to|mo|dell
nt(car) model; (= Miniaturauto)model car
au|to|nom
adjautonomous (auch fig); Nervensystemautonomic
Au|to|no|me(r)
mf decl as adj (Pol) → independent
Au|to|no|mie
f <-, -n> → autonomy (auch fig)
Au|to|no|mi#st
m <-en, -en>, Au|to|no|mịs|tin
f <-, -nen> → autonomist
Au|to|num|mer
f(car) number
Au|to|öl
ntmotor oil
Au|to|pi|lot
m (Aviat) → autopilot; vom Auto-en gesteuert werdento be on autopilot

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:
Au|to|ra|dio
ntcar radio
Au|to|rei|fen
mcar tyre (Brit) → or tire (US)
Au|to|rei|se|zug
m train carrying holidaymakers’ cars, → ˜ motorail train (Brit); mit dem Auto- fahrento go by motorail (Brit)

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:
Au|to|renn|bahn
Au|to|ren|nen
nt(motor) race; (Rennsport) → motor racing
Au|to|renn|sport
Au|to|re|pa|ra|tur|werk|statt
fgarage, car repair shop (US)

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:
Au|to|sa|lon
mmotor show, auto(mobile) show (US)
Au|to|schal|ter
mdrive-in counter
Au|to|schlan|ge
fqueue (Brit) → or line of cars
Au|to|schlos|ser(in)
m(f)panel beater
Au|to|schlos|se|rei
fbody shop
Au|to|schlüs|sel
mcar key
Au|to|skoo|ter
m <-s, -> → Dodgem® (Brit) → or bumper car
Au|to|speng|ler(in)
m(f) (S Ger, Aus, Sw) → panel beater
Au|to|speng|le|rei
f <-, -en> (S Ger, Aus, Sw) → body shop
Au|to|sport
Au|to|stell|platz
m(car) parking space
Au|to|stopp
mhitchhiking, hitching (esp Brit inf); Auto- machen, per Auto- fahrento hitchhike
Au|to|stra|ße
fmain road, highway (esp US)
Au|to|strich
m (inf) prostitution to car drivers (= Gegend)kerb-crawling (Brit) → or curb-crawling (US) → area (inf)
Au|to|stun|de
fhour’s drive
Au|to|sug|ges|ti|on
Au|to|te|le|fon
ntcar phone
Au|to|ty|pie
f <-, -n> → autotypy
Au|to|un|fall
Au|to|ver|kehr
m(motor) traffic
Au|to|ver|leih
m, Au|to|ver|mie|tung
fcar hire or rental; (= Firma)car hire or rental firm
Au|to|ver|si|che|rung
Au|to|wasch|an|la|ge
fcar wash
Au|to|werk|statt
fgarage, car repair shop (US)
Au|to|wrack
nt(car) wreck, wrecked car
Au|to|zoom
nt (Phot) → automatic zoom (lens)
Au|to|zu|be|hör
ntcar or motor accessories pl
Au|to|zug
m train carrying holidaymakers’ cars, → ˜ motorail train (Brit); mit dem Auto- fahrento go by motorail (Brit)