remoteness 的 2 个定义
- Radio and Television. a broadcast, usually live, from a location outside a studio.
- remote control.
remoteness 的近义词 40 个
- country mile
- far piece
- good ways
remoteness 的反义词 1 个
- Annette Clayton, CEO of Schneider Electric North America, also acknowledged younger workers have been impacted by the isolation of remote working.
- Trenches are considered to be among the most pristine and remote ecosystems.
- If you’re going somewhere very remote, you’ll use twice as much gas as usual getting there and need twice as much getting back from a place where gas stations are likely to be few and far between.
- Now that her school has shifted to remote learning in response to the coronavirus pandemic, Rodriguez sometimes sees students log in from factory breakrooms.
- We’ve seen explosive growth in online shopping and food delivery, telemedicine, remote education, online entertainment, and more.
- The remoteness of the area has been both its curse and its blessing throughout history.
- The more monolithic bureaucracies became, Gowers felt, the more they reinforced their remoteness by using impenetrable language.
- The remoteness, the coolness, the lecturing style is now a liability.
- But I think there's another factor at play in the psychology of drones: their remoteness.
- When a nuclear war wipes out most of the planet, only Australia is spared, thanks to its relative remoteness.
- The proximity of Asia and the remoteness from civilised centres were scarcely perceptible.
- "Yes, indeed I did," said Clifford, with an emphasis on the past tense that indicated the remoteness of those days.
- Marriage had not abridged his immeasurable remoteness, nor touched his incorruptible refinement.
- Those like himself and Doris, who did not mind the privations inseparable from that remoteness, fared well enough.
- I was made suddenly aware of Lop-Ear's remoteness out there on that alien element a few feet away.