Definition of telechiric in US English:

telechiric

adjective

rare
  • Designating a mechanical device or system which is controlled remotely, especially one capable of a degree of articulation and manipulation similar to that of the human hand and which continuously provides the user with sensory feedback during operation; (also) designating a process or activity performed by such a device or system.

noun

rare
  • A telechiric device or system.

Origin

1960s. From tele- + ancient Greek χείρ hand + -ic.

Pronunciation

telechiric

/tɛlɪˈkʌɪ(ə)rɪk/