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English noun: automobile

1. automobile (artifact) a motor vehicle with four wheels; usually propelled by an internal combustion engine


SamplesHe needs a car to get to work.


Synonymsauto, car, machine, motorcar


Broader (hypernym)automotive vehicle, motor vehicle


Narrower (hyponym)ambulance, beach waggon, beach wagon, bus, cab, compact, compact car, convertible, coupe, cruiser, electric, electric automobile, electric car, estate car, gas guzzler, hack, hardtop, hatchback, heap, horseless carriage, hot rod, hot-rod, jalopy, jeep, landrover, limo, limousine, loaner, minicar, minivan, Model T, pace car, patrol car, phaeton, police car, police cruiser, prowl car, race car, racer, racing car, roadster, runabout, S.U.V., saloon, secondhand car, sedan, sport car, sport utility, sport utility vehicle, sports car, squad car, Stanley Steamer, station waggon, station wagon, stock car, subcompact, subcompact car, SUV, taxi, taxicab, tourer, touring car, two-seater, used-car, waggon, wagon


Part holonymaccelerator, accelerator pedal, air bag, anti-sway bar, auto accessory, automobile engine, automobile horn, automobile trunk, bonnet, buffer, bumper, car door, car horn, car mirror, car seat, car window, cowl, cowling, fender, fender, fin, first, first gear, floorboard, gas, gas pedal, gasoline engine, glove compartment, grille, gun, high, high gear, hood, hooter, horn, low, low gear, luggage compartment, motor horn, petrol engine, radiator grille, rear window, reverse, reverse gear, roof, running board, stabilizer bar, sunroof, sunshine-roof, tail fin, tailfin, third, third gear, throttle, trunk, window, wing


Domain category membersadhesive friction, alternator, backseat, chattel, grip, hopped-up, movable, passenger, personal chattel, prang, rental, renting, rider, road map, saleroom, salesroom, showroom, spark lever, traction, tunnel


English verb: automobile

1. automobile (motion) travel in an automobile


Pattern of useSomebody ----s.
Somebody ----s PP


Broader (hypernym)go, locomote, move, travel


Domain categorydriving









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