Definition of automotive
1 : self-propelled
2 : of, relating to, or concerned with self-propelled vehicles or machines
Examples of automotive in a Sentence
The store stocks automotive parts.
Recent Examples of automotive from the Web
Exports dropped 0.3 percent to $191 billion, pulled down by a drop in automotive exports.
With the acquisition, MileOne represents 28 automotive brands operating at 40 dealership locations in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia and North Carolina.
The automotive industry also accounted for $425,378 in pro-Blunt donations during the year Blunt fought off a tough re-election challenge from Democrat Jason Kander.
Jamison also has a passion for automotive engineering and hopes to major in the mechanical/automotive engineering in college at Clemson, Mercer or Virginia Tech.
About three-quarters of total global sales of industrial robotics machinery are concentrated in five countries: China, Japan, the United States, South Korea and Germany, with adoption concentrated in the automotive and electronics sectors.
Jake Fisher, director of automotive testing at Consumer Reports, said in a phone interview.
The automotive columns of Emma Jayne Williams have appeared regularly in the Star-Telegram since 2007.
According to information presented at the Planning and Zoning meeting, Safety-Kleen Systems, Inc. recycles industrial and mechanical oils and lubricants, such as automotive oil.
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First Known Use of automotive
AUTOMOTIVE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of automotive for English Language Learners
: of, relating to, or concerned with cars and other vehicles
AUTOMOTIVE Defined for Kids
Definition of automotive for Students
: of or relating to automobiles an automotive parts store
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