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robot

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈrəʊbɒt/ IT, PRODUCTION
a machine that is controlled by a computer and does jobs automatically: Most industrial robots work from a fixed position with restricted computer controlled movements. Today, in car factories, there is more than one robot for every ten production workers.
Translations of “robot”
in Arabic رَجُل آلي…
in Korean 로봇…
in Malaysian robot…
in French robot…
in Turkish robot…
in Italian robot, automa…
in Chinese (Traditional) 機器, 機器人…
in Russian робот…
in Polish robot…
in Vietnamese người máy…
in Spanish robot…
in Portuguese robô…
in Thai หุ่นยนต์…
in German der Roboter…
in Catalan robot…
in Japanese ロボット…
in Indonesian robot…
in Chinese (Simplified) 机器, 机器人…
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