Definition of 'radio-controlled'
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Used Rarely. radio-controlled is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'radio-controlled'
British English: radio-controlled /ˈreɪdɪəʊˈkənˈtrəʊld/ ADJECTIVE
A radio-controlled device works by receiving radio signals which operate it.
...radio-controlled model planes.
- American English: radio-controlled
- Arabic: مُتَحَكِّمٌ بِهِ عَنْ بُعْد
- Brazilian Portuguese: controlado por rádio
- Chinese: 无线电操纵的
- Croatian: na radioupravljanje
- Czech: řízený rádiem
- Danish: fjernstyret
- Dutch: radiografisch
- European Spanish: teledirigido
- Finnish: radio-ohjattava
- French: radioguidé
- German: ferngesteuert
- Greek: τηλεκατευθυνόμενος
- Italian: radiocomandato
- Japanese: 無線制御の
- Korean: 무선으로 조종되는
- Norwegian: radiostyrt
- Polish: radiowo kontrolowany
- European Portuguese: controlado por rádio
- Romanian: radio ghidat
- Russian: радиоуправляемый
- Spanish: teledirigido
- Swedish: radiostyrd
- Thai: ที่ควบคุมด้วยวิทยุ
- Turkish: uzaktan kumandalı
- Ukrainian: радіокерований
- Vietnamese: được điều khiển bằng radio
Definition of radio-controlled from the Collins English Dictionary
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