robotry

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robot (ˈrəʊbɒt)
 
n
1.  any automated machine programmed to perform specific mechanical functions in the manner of a man
2.  (modifier) not controlled by man; automatic: a robot pilot
3.  a person who works or behaves like a machine; automaton
4.  (South African) a set of traffic lights
 
[C20: (used in R.U.R., a play by Karel Čapek) from Czech robota work; related to Old Slavonic rabota servitude, German Arbeit work]
 
ro'botic
 
adj
 
'robotism
 
n
 
'robotry
 
n
 
'robot-like
 
adj

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