Meaning of REMOTE in English

[adjective] -r, -st - far away in distance, time or relation; not closeA remote area/house/village is a long way from any towns or cities.The house was very remote and I felt lonely all the time.It happened in the remote past, so no one worries about it any more.It may happen sometime in the remote future.If someone's behaviour is remote, they are not very friendly or interested in others.Her manner was remote and cool.The chances of a visit by Martians to the Earth are remote (= it's unlikely)."Who's that?" "I haven't the remotest idea (= I don't know)."Remote control is a system or a device for controlling something such as a machine or vehicle from a distance, by using electrical or radio signals.He changed channels on the TV with the remote control.a remote-controlled model aircraft

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