remotely Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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Meaning of “remotely” in the English Dictionary

"remotely" in British English

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remotelyadverb

uk   /rɪˈməʊt.li/  us   /-ˈmoʊt-/

remotely adverb (FAR AWAY)

in a ​remoteplace: a remotely ​situatedfarmhouse

remotely adverb (FROM DISTANCE)

from a ​distance: Most of ​ouremployeeswork remotely (= from ​home, using ​email and the ​phone).

remotely adverb (SLIGHTLY)

in a ​remote or very ​slight way: I'm ​afraid we're not remotely interested in ​yourproposal.
(Definition of remotely from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"remotely" in American English

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remotelyadverb [not gradable]

 us   /rɪˈmoʊt·li/
in any way; to a ​remotedegree: He isn’t ​even remotely like his ​brother. at a ​distance in ​time or ​space: a remotely ​operatedcar
(Definition of remotely from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"remotely" in Business English

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remotelyadverb

uk   us   /rɪˈməʊtli/
HR, WORKPLACE employees who ​work remotely ​work mainly from ​home and communicate with the ​company by ​email and ​telephone: 50,000 of our 130,00 ​employeeswork remotely. More ​work nowadays can be ​conducted remotely.
(Definition of remotely from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “remotely”
in Chinese (Simplified) 遥远地, 边远地, 偏僻地…
in Chinese (Traditional) 遙遠地, 邊遠地, 偏僻地…
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