Remote Definition and Legal Meaning

On this page, you'll find the legal definition and meaning of Remote, written in plain English, along with examples of how it is used.

What is Remote?

(Adj) The adjective Remote is used to represent the distance between the issue and the reason where by highlighting the immateriality or rarest chances of its relationship. For example there is a remote chance of a death due to sunstroke during winter.

History and Meaning of Remote

The word Remote originates from Latin which means 'remotus' that refers to something being far from its expected location or far from everyday life. In simple terms, remote is used to indicate something that is far away from its expected or immediate location.

Examples of Remote

  1. If you're living in a remote village, you may not have access to any medical facilities.
  2. The company is looking for an employee who has experience working in remote locations.
  3. After a long day of work, he enjoys taking his boat out to a remote island for some peaceful relaxation.
  4. The cabin was situated in a remote part of the forest, providing the perfect escape from city life.
  5. The remote control for the TV was lost, leaving them with no way to change the channel.

Related Terms

  1. Distance: The amount of space between two objects, which can be used synonymously with the word Remote.
  2. Isolation: The state of being alone or separated from expected company.
  3. Faraway: Used to indicate a significant distance between two objects or places.
  4. Inaccessible: Something that cannot be reached or accessed easily.
  5. Obscure: Something that is difficult to understand, or not well-known.