remote

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Pronunciation[change]

Adjective[change]

Positive
remote

Comparative
remoter

Superlative
remotest

  1. Something that is remote is a long way off, distant, not near anything.
    The internet is a powerful tool for bringing modern medicine to remote areas.
    She walked to a remote corner of the farm, so she could be alone.
  2. When a television or radio broadcast is remote, it is done in someplace other than a studio
    The reporter did a live remote broadcast from the scene of the fire.

Noun[change]

Singular
remote

Plural
remotes

  1. A remote is something used to change the volume or channel on a television.
    I wanted to change the channel after the show ended, but the remote was under the couch.

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