auto-

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English[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

  • aut- (used before a vowel)

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek αὐτo- (auto-), from αὐτός (autós, self).

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auto-

  1. Regarding oneself
    autobiography, autoerotic
  2. (from automatic) automatic
    autofocus, autoloader
  3. (from automobile) relating to cars or the driving of cars
    autocross, autophile

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Danish[edit]

Prefix[edit]

auto-

  1. self
    autobiografi, autofiktion
  2. automatic
    autozoom, autopilot
  3. cars
    autoskade, autoværksted

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French[edit]

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auto-

  1. auto- (in all senses)

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German[edit]

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auto-

  1. auto-

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Hungarian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek αὐτός (autós, self).[1]

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auto-

  1. auto- (regarding oneself)
  2. auto- (automatic)

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Italian[edit]

Prefix[edit]

auto-

  1. auto- (in all senses)
  2. self-
  3. (mathematics) eigen-

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek αὐτός (autós, self).

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auto-

  1. self-; auto- (done by or directed at oneself)
    auto- + ‎ódio (hatred) → ‎auto-ódio (self-hatred)
  2. auto- (automatic)
    auto- + ‎foco (foco) → ‎autofoco (autofocus)
  3. auto- (relating to automobiles)
    auto- + ‎esporte (sport) → ‎autoesporte (car sport)
  4. (linear algebra) eigen- (relating to eigenvectors and eigenvalues)

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek αὐτo- (auto-).

Prefix[edit]

auto-

  1. auto-

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