performing or operating in a fashion really separate of external influence or control: a computerized light switch; a budget shortage that triggered automatic investing cuts.
Self-regulating: an automatic automatic washer.
Acting or done without volition or aware control; involuntary: automatic shrinking for the pupils of the eyes in strong light. See Synonyms at spontaneous.
Acting or done just as if by device; mechanical: an automatic answer a familiar question.
with the capacity of firing constantly until ammunition is exhausted or even the trigger is circulated: a computerized rifle.
Semiautomatic: an automatic pistol.
Capable of running without exterior control or intervention.
complete out-of routine or without conscious thought.
Firing continually providing the trigger is pushed until ammo is fatigued.
Automatically put into and removed from the stack during purpose phone calls.
Having an inherent power of action or motion.
with respect to, or generated by, an automaton; of nature of an automaton; self-acting or self-regulating under fixed circumstances; operating with just minimal human being intervention; -- esp. put on equipment or products in which specific things formerly or usually done-by hand tend to be done by the machine or device it self; the contrary of handbook.
Not voluntary; perhaps not with regards to the might; technical; controlled because of the autonomic neurological system; without aware control. The exact opposite of voluntary.
like the unthinking performance of a machine.
resembling the unthinking performance of a machine
operating with just minimal personal intervention; separate of additional control