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Spanish translation of “remote”

remote

adjective /rəˈmout/
far away in time or place; far from any (other) village, town etc
remoto
a remote village in New South Wales a farmhouse remote from civilization.
distantly related
lejano
a remote cousin
very small or slight
remoto
a remote chance of success He hasn’t the remotest idea what is going on.
remotely adverb
remotamente, lejanamente
He’s not remotely interested in her.
remoteness noun
alejamiento
remote control noun the control of eg a switch or other device from a distance, by means of radio waves etc
mando a distancia
The model plane is operated by remote control.
(Definition of remote from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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