Bedeutung von “distant” — Learner’s Dictionary

distant

adjective us uk /ˈdɪstənt/
Extra Examples
the distant pastthe distant rumble of thunderTheir honeymoon was now only a distant memory.The house has a distant view of the mountains.His job had taken him to many strange and distant places.
FAR AWAY

B2 far away in space or time:

distant galaxies
the distant sound of traffic
We hope to see you in the not too distant future.
RELATIVE

A distant relative is not very closely related to you:

a distant cousin
NOT FRIENDLY [ never before noun ]

not friendly:

She seemed cold and distant.
distantly adverb

distantly related

(Definition von “distant” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)