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robots

  1. plural of robot

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robots

  1. plural of robot

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robots m

  1. plural of robot

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 robots on Latvian Wikipedia
 
Rūpniecības robots
 
Sadzīves robots

Etymology 1Edit

From Czech robot, from robota (drudgery, servitude). Coined in the 1921 science-fiction play R.U.R. (Rossum's Universal Robots) by Karel Čapek after having been suggested to him by his brother Josef [1], and taken into other languages without change.

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robots m (1st declension)

  1. robot (machine built to carry out complex tasks, especially one which can be programmed)
    rūpniecības robotsindustrial robot
    pētniecības robotsresearch robot
    sadzīves robotshousehold robot
  2. (science fiction) robot (intelligent machine designed to look like a human being)
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Etymology 2Edit

Past participle of the verb robot (to notch, to jag), from robs (cog, jag, gap).

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robots (definite robotais, comparative robotāks, superlative visrobotākais, adverb roboti)

  1. jagged, notched, indented; having gaps, unevenness
    robotas lapasserrated leaves
    robotas kalnu galotnesjagged mountain tops
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robots m pl

  1. plural of robot