a remote possibility

• slaba mogućnost

English-Serbian dictionary. 2013.

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  • remote — re·mote adj re·mot·er, est 1 a: far removed in space, time, or relation ancestors of a more remote degree b: exceeding the time allowed under the rule against perpetuities for the vesting of interests the residuary clause...violates the rule… …   Law dictionary

  • possibility — An uncertain thing which may happen. A contingent interest in real or personal estate. It is either near (or ordinary), as where an estate is limited to one after the death of another, or remote (or extraordinary), as where it is limited to a man …   Black's law dictionary

  • possibility — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ exciting, interesting, intriguing ▪ endless, many ▪ The resort offers endless possibilities for entertainment. ▪ only …   Collocations dictionary

  • possibility — pos|si|bil|i|ty W2S2 [ˌpɔsıˈbılıti US ˌpa: ] n plural possibilities 1.) [U and C] if there is a possibility that something is true or that something will happen, it might be true or it might happen ▪ There s always a possibility that he might go… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • remote — [[t]rɪmo͟ʊt[/t]] ♦♦♦ remoter, remotest 1) ADJ GRADED: usu ADJ n Remote areas are far away from cities and places where most people live, and are therefore difficult to get to. Landslides have cut off many villages in remote areas. ...a remote… …   English dictionary

  • remote — adj. VERBS ▪ appear, be, feel, look, seem ADVERB ▪ extremely, fairly, very, etc …   Collocations dictionary

  • remote — At a distance; afar off; inconsiderable; slight @ remote cause In the law of negligence with respect to injury or accident, a cause which would not according to experience of mankind lead to the event which happened. Riley v. Burgess, Ky., 410… …   Black's law dictionary

  • remote — I. adjective (remoter; est) Etymology: Middle English, from Latin remotus, from past participle of removēre to remove Date: 15th century 1. separated by an interval or space greater than usual < an involucre remote from the flower > 2. far… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • remote — adjective 1) areas remote from hospitals Syn: faraway, distant, far, far off, far removed, extrasolar Ant: close, near 2) a remote mountain village Syn: isolate …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • remote — adjective 1) a remote village Syn: isolated, faraway, distant, out of the way, off the beaten track, secluded, lonely; N.Amer. in the backwoods; informal in the middle of nowhere 2) a remote possibility Syn: unlikely, improbable …   Synonyms and antonyms dictionary

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