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automatically

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishautomaticallyau‧to‧mat‧i‧cally /ˌɔːtəˈmætɪkli $ ˌɒː-/ ●●○ S3 W3 AWL adverb  1 ALWAYS/EVERY TIMEas the result of a situation or action, and without you having to do anything more Join now and you will automatically receive 50% off your first purchase.2 THINK ABOUTwithout thinking about what you are doing Of course I automatically said yes.3 MACHINEby the action of a machine, without a person making it work The doors opened automatically as we approached.
Examples from the Corpus
automaticallyAfter a while, driving just comes automatically.If accurate measurement of quality is in place, natural selection proceeds almost automatically.Cancer is not automatically a death sentence.You cannot automatically assume that everything your teacher says is correct.Existing claims against the unit shall not by the process of conversion automatically become due.Nevertheless if the judgment happens to be false, it does not automatically become meaningless.But the families of all male employees were still automatically covered-without having to prove anything.The gates rise automatically during high tide.High wages no longer come automatically for the unskilled who live in rich countries.It means that when we find stolen goods, we can automatically reunite them with their owners.His mother continued to talk angrily, and Tim's thoughts automatically switched to more pleasant subjects.A ballot that perplexingly spread presidential names over two pages led to many accidental double votes, which are automatically voided.
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