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Translation of "automatic" - English-Spanish dictionary

automatic

adjective /oːtəˈmatik/
(of a machine etc) working by itself
automático
an automatic washing machine.
(of an action) without thinking
automático
an automatic response.
always happening because of a rule or system
Automática
Failure of the test is automatic if you don’t complete all the questions.
automated /-mei-/ adjective working by automation
automatizado
a fully automated assembly line.
automatically adverb
automáticamente
This machine works automatically He answered automatically.
automation noun (in factories etc) the use of machines, especially to work other machines
automatización
Automation has resulted in people losing their jobs.
automaton /oːˈtomətən/ noun ( plurals automata /-tə/, automatons) a human-shaped machine that can be operated to move by itself.
autómata
(Definition of automatic from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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