an isomorphism from a given set to itself.
Automorphic, aw-to-mor′fik, adj. marked by automorphism, the ascription to others of one’s own characteristics.
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pertaining to the design, operation, manufacture, or sale of automobiles: automotive parts. propelled by a self-contained motor, engine, or the like. Informal. an industry, store department, etc., specializing in appliances and parts for cars, trucks, and other motorized vehicles: You may find what you’re looking for in automotive. Contemporary Examples Nonetheless, “all’s fair in love, […]
noun a fear of being dirty, unclean, or smelling bad Word Origin auto ‘self, one’s own’ + Greek mysos ‘dirt’
- Autonomic bladder
autonomic bladder autonomic bladder n. Involuntary, spontaneous, or induced reflex emptying of the urinary bladder.
autonomous. of or relating to the autonomic nervous system. Physiology. under the control of the autonomic nervous system. Cell Biology. produced by internal forces or causes; spontaneous. Contemporary Examples He equated this response with altered activity of the autonomic nervous system. Why Do We Cry? Michael Trimble January 9, 2013 Historical Examples That thing gibbering […]