tele-motor

telemotor

[tel-uh-moh-ter]
noun
a mechanical, electrical, or hydraulic system by which power is applied at or controlled from a distant point, especially such a system actuating a ship's rudder.

Origin:
1885–90; tele-1 + motor

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