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ro·bot·ic

(rō-bot'ik),
Pertaining to or characteristic of a robot, an automatic mechanical device designed to duplicate a human function without direct human operation.
[Czech robot, robot, fr. robota, drudgery, + -ic]

robotic

[rōbot′ik]
pertaining to a robot, a mechanical or electronic device that resembles a human being, operating automatically or by remote control with the ability to perform a variety of complex tasks.

ro·bot·ic

(rō-bot'ik)
Pertaining to or characteristic of a robot, an automatic mechanical device designed to duplicate a human function without direct human operation.
[Czech robot, robot, fr. robota, drudgery, + -ic]
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