English words and Examples of Usage

use "remote" in a sentence

The cost of food varies wildly between remote communities in Canada.

At this point you'll need to enable remote access on your target PC.

I'm remote playing "Go Cubs Go" at every St. Louis-area bar jukebox.

Today's hi-tech warfare is mostly waged via remote control machines.

The high, he says, was being nestled in the remote Scottish Highlands.

Below, six more science-backed reasons to swap the remote for a novel.

It was said to have been a remote controlled improvised explosive device.

The Note Edge is a more pleasing remote than the one included with my TV.

Check off Remotely locate this device and "Allow remote lock and erase."

Antioquia is in a remote mountainous region 280 miles northwest of Bogota.

Fixed remote exploders should be installed to reduce the avalanche hazard.

“There are some things that are unchangeable like moving the remote.

Carefully wipe remote controls and light switches with a disinfectant wipe.

That's because a remote cabin in the woods near Blackhead Road caught fire.

Apple claims that the remote will last up to three months on a single charge.

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