- n. 汽车
- vt. 驾驶汽车
- [ 过去式 automobiled 过去分词 automobiled 现在分词 automobiling ]
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- automobile (adj.)
- 1883, in reference to electric traction cars, from French automobile (adj.), 1861, a hybrid from Greek autos "self" (see auto-) + French mobile "moving," from Latin mobilis "movable" (see mobile (adj.)).
- automobile (n.)
- "self-propelled motor vehicle," 1895, from French automobile, short for véhicule automobile (see automobile (adj.)). The modern Greek calls it autokineto "moved of itself." The French word had competition in the early years from locomobile; in English other early forms were motorcar and autocar. An electrical car was an electromobile (1899).
- 1. He is repairing the brake lever of an automobile.
- 2. The automobile slowed down to go around the curves in the road.
- 3. You must obtain a new automobile license when your old one expires.
- 4. My father had a narrow squeak in the automobile accident.
- 5. Factoring in connection with automobile installment accounts is a big business today.
[ automobile 造句 ]