Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Automobile"

The meaning of "Automobile" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does automobiles mean?
A: Iwont only big and sko
Q: What does The automobile association mean?
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Synonyms of "Automobile" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between automobiles and cars ?
A: they're synonyms.
Q: What is the difference between automobile and vehicles
vehicle ?
A: Vehicle is more common!
Q: What is the difference between automobile(s) and vehicle(s) ?
A: An automobile is always a vehicle, but a vehicle is not always an automobile.

An automobile is any self-powered (has an engine or motor) road/wheeled vehicle capable of carrying at least one passenger.

A vehicle is a device used to carry or transport people or objects.

Comparisons:

A car is an automobile and a vehicle.

A bicycle is a vehicle, but not an automobile.

A boat is a vehicle, but not an automobile.


Uses for "vehicle" that are not related to "automobile":

A backpack is a vehicle for you to carry books. It is a means of conveyance.

A sentence is a vehicle for your thoughts, ideas, and words. It is a medium.
Q: What is the difference between automobile and automotive ?
A: Automobileは名詞で、automotiveは形容詞です。

Translations of "Automobile"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? automobile
A: @patty31@patty31
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? automobile
A: Car

Automobile isn't wrong however, it's just not commonly used.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how do you say automobile
A: @mwade76145: car

Other questions about "Automobile"

Q: The red automobile was coming from front of me blinking the headlights. does this sound natural?
A: I think you mean
The red car was coming toward me, blinking its headlights.
Q: As many automobile companies have been developing self-driving cars and revealing the prototype of them, these types of cars will prevail in the future. does this sound natural?
A: The first part is good, but the second part doesn't sound natural.
Maybe: these types of cars are gaining popularity. OR these types of cars are gaining support.
Q: an automobile racing through a tunnel, bouncing first off one wall, then the other

Does you English native speaker
regard this WHOlE sentence as noun ?
Both "racing through a tunnel," and "bouncing first off one wall, then the other" are describing the state of the "automobile" that comes before them.
so , Sentence must have
S + V 😅
A: You are correct, that entire section would be classified as a noun, with a lot of participle phrases. If I'm not wrong, it's almost like how in the sentence:

テニスコートが乾くのを待っています。

"テニスコートが乾く" acts as a noun.
Q: I went to the automobile shop for getting fix my car. does this sound natural?
A: 使い分け方は文脈次第ですね。この場合ではどっちも使えますが文章の語順が変わると何が使えるかも変わってしまいます。
Q: He bought an automobile at the auction last fall. does this sound natural?
A: He bought an automobile at the auction last fall.

Good job!

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