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remote

adjective     /rɪˈməʊt/
PLACE
B2 far away: It was a remote mountain village with no electricity supply. His voice sounded remote.Distant in space and time
TIME
far in time: in the remote pastDistant in space and time
SLIGHT
slight: There is a remote possibility that it could be cancer.SmallExtremely small
remoteness noun [U]
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