adjective, remoter, remotest.
far apart; far distant in space; situated at some distance away:
the remote jungles of Brazil.
a remote village; a remote mountaintop.
distant in time:
distant in relationship or connection:
a remote ancestor.
operating or controlled from a distance, as by remote control:
a remote telephone answering machine.
far off; abstracted; removed:
principles remote from actions.
not direct, primary, or proximate; not directly involved or influential:
the remote causes of the war.
slight or faint; unlikely:
not the remotest idea; a remote chance.
reserved and distant in manner; aloof; not warmly cordial.
Radio and Television. a broadcast, usually live, from a location outside a studio.
remote control (def 2).
located far away; distant
far from any centre of population, society, or civilization; out-of-the-way
distant in time
distantly related or connected: a remote cousin
removed, as from the source or point of action
slight or faint (esp in the phrases not the remotest idea, a remote chance)
(of a person’s manner) aloof or abstracted
operated from a distance; remote-controlled: a remote monitor
- Remote write protocol
chat, protocol (RWP) A proposed Internet protocol for exchanging short messages between terminals. The RWP proposal is detailed in RFC 1756. (1996-09-08)
noun 1. the act of removing; removal. 2. Obsolete. departure.
verb (used with object), motivated, motivating. 1. to provide with a motive or motives; incite; impel. verb 1. (transitive) to give incentive to
noun 1. the act or an instance of motivating, or providing with a reason to act in a certain way: I don’t understand what her motivation was for quitting her job. Synonyms: motive, inspiration, inducement, cause, impetus. 2. the state or condition of being motivated or having a strong reason to act or accomplish something: […]