Nonautonomous vs. Autonomous

Nonautonomous vs. Autonomous — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Nonautonomous and Autonomous

Nonautonomousadjective

Not autonomous.

Autonomousadjective

Self-governing. Intelligent, sentient, self-aware, thinking, feeling, governing independently.

Nonautonomousadjective

of peoples and political bodies

Autonomousadjective

Acting on one's own or independently; of a child, acting without being governed by parental or guardian rules.

Autonomousadjective

Used with no subject, indicating an unknown or unspecified agent; used in similar situations as the passive in English (the difference being that the theme in the English passive construction is the subject, while in the Celtic autonomous construction the theme is the object and there is no subject).

Autonomousadjective

of political bodies;

an autonomous judiciarya sovereign state
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Autonomousadjective

existing as an independent entity;

the partitioning of India created two separate and autonomous jute economies

Autonomousadjective

of persons; free from external control and constraint in e.g. action and judgment