How do you say the remote?

How do you say remote in British?

British people use more than 100 different names for their TV remote control, from the obvious “remote” to the, er, less obvious. According to a new survey, “doofer”, “zapper”, “clicker” and “flicker” are the next most popular, with “thing-a-ma-jig” and “whatcha-ma-call-it” also popular.

How do you pronounce TV remote?

What means remote?

1 : far off in place or time remote countries the remote past. 2 : secluded sense 1 a remote valley. 3 : small in degree a remote possibility. 4 : distant in manner : aloof. 5 : not closely connected or related remote ancestors.