Meaning of REMOTE in English

I. adjective (~r; -est) Etymology: Middle English, from Latin remotus, from past participle of removēre to remove Date: 15th century separated by an interval or space greater than usual , far removed in space, time, or relation ; divergent , out-of-the-way , secluded , acting, acted on, or controlled indirectly or from a distance , not arising from a primary or proximate action, small in degree ; slight , distant in manner ; aloof , ~ly adverb ~ness noun II. noun Date: 1937 a radio or television program or a portion of a program originating outside the studio, ~ control 2

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