Definition of radio-controlled in English:

radio-controlled

Syllabification: ra·di·o-con·trolled

adjective

(Especially of an electronic model toy) controllable from a distance by radio.
More example sentences
  • One can still appreciate the incredible cleverness that went into the illusion, especially the use of radio-controlled devices and early animatronics.
  • Everyone liked the robots, some of which looked hardly human, but which nevertheless moved around in response to signals from handheld radio-controlled devices.
  • A Venturi chemical injector and radio-controlled valves are connected directly to the irrigation line leading to the green, regulating the chemical applications.

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