Definition of Auto maker
1. Noun. A business engaged in the manufacture of automobiles.
Generic synonyms: Maker, Manufacturer, Manufacturing Business
Group relationships: Automobile Industry
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Literary usage of Auto maker
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1. Alternative Fuels: Experiences of Brazil, Canada, and New Zealand in Using by DIANE Publishing Company (1991)
"One auto maker, however, reported that it considered flexible-fueled ethanol vehicles ... An auto maker indicated that, under considerable pressure from the ..."
2. The Horseless Age (1904)
"The auto maker wants to sell cars, but the tire maker don't care. This attitude does not improve goods and is dealing the whole auto business an "undercut. ..."
3. Story of the Automobile: Its History and Development from 1760 to 1917, with by Herbert Lee Barber (1917)
"But seeking for a peace after the years of warfare has become the least of the American auto maker's trouble. Great war orders have been received and filled ..."
4. Energy Technology Perspectives: Scenarios & Strategies to 2050 by International Energy Agency (2006)
"The German auto-maker claims that the system recovers more than 80% of the heat energy that is now dissipated in the exhaust gases. ..."