Remote vs Teleprogramming – What’s the difference?

Remote vs Teleprogramming - What's the difference?
As nouns the difference between remote and teleprogramming is that remote is short for remote control while teleprogramming is the programming of a robot, etc remotely.

As an adjective remote is at a distance; disconnected.
As a verb remote is (computing) to connect to a computer from a remote location.





  • At a distance; disconnected.
  • A remote operator may control the vehicle with a wireless handset.
  • Distant or otherwise inaccessible.
  • After his fall from the emperor’s favor, the general was posted to a remote outpost.
  • Unlikely.
  • There was only a remote possibility that we would be rescued as we were far outside of the regular shipping lanes.
  • Emotionally detached.
  • After her mother’s death, my friend grew remote for a time while she dealt with her grief.


    * (at a distance ): disconnected, hands-free, wireless
    * (distant or otherwise inaccessible ): far, hidden, outlying
    * (unlikely ): abysmal, faint, improbable, poor
    * (emotionally detached ): aloof, dispassionate, distant, removed, withdrawn


    * (at a distance ): attached, connected, contiguous, direct
    * (distant or otherwise inaccessible ): close, near, proximate
    * (unlikely ): likely, probable, reasonable, sure
    * (emotionally detached ): companionable, intimate, involved, passionate

    Derived terms

    * remote control
    * remoteness
    * remote surgery


    (en noun )

  • Short for remote control.
  • I hate it when my uncle comes over to visit; he always sits in the best chair and hogs the remote .
  • (broadcasting) An element of broadcast programming originating away from the station’s or show’s control room.
  • Synonyms

    * (remote control) clicker



  • (computing) To connect to a computer from a remote location.
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  • Anagrams






  • The programming of a robot, etc. remotely.