Meaning of REMOTE in English
[re.mote] adj re.mot.er ; -est [ME, fr. L remotus, fr. pp. of removere to remove] (15c) 1: separated by an interval or space greater than usual "an involucre ~ from the flower"
2: far removed in space, time, or relation: divergent "the ~ past" "comments ~ from the truth"
3: out-of-the-way, secluded "a ~ cabin in the hills"
4: acting, acted on, or controlled indirectly or from a distance "~ computer operation"; also: relating to the acquisition of information about a distant object (as by radar or photography) without coming into physical contact with it "~ sensing"
5: not arising from a primary or proximate action
6: small in degree: slight "a ~ possibility" 7: distant in manner: aloof -- re.mote.ly adv -- re.mote.ness n
remote n (1937) 1: a radio or television program or a portion of a program originating outside the studio
2: remote control
Merriam-Webster English vocab. Английский словарь Merriam Webster. 2012