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res·i·due

 (rĕz′ĭ-do͞o′, -dyo͞o′)
n.
1. The remainder of something after removal of parts or a part.
2.
a. Matter remaining after completion of an abstractive chemical or physical process, such as evaporation, combustion, distillation, or filtration; residuum.
b. The part of a monomer or other chemical unit that has been incorporated into a polymer or large molecule.
3. Law The remainder of a testator's estate after all specific bequests and applicable debts and expenses have been disposed of. Also called residuum.

[Middle English, from Old French residu, from Latin residuum, neuter of residuus, remaining, from residēre, to remain behind; see reside.]

re·sid′u·ar·y (rĭ-zĭj′o͞o-ĕr′ē) adj.

residue

(ˈrɛzɪˌdjuː)
n
1. matter remaining after something has been removed
2. (Law) law what is left of an estate after the discharge of debts and distribution of specific gifts
[C14: from Old French residu, from Latin residuus remaining over, from residēre to stay behind, reside]

res•i•due

(ˈrɛz ɪˌdu, -ˌdyu)

n.
1. something that remains after a part is removed, disposed of, or used; remainder; rest; remnant.
2.
b. an atom or group of atoms considered as a group or part of a molecule.
3. the part of a testator's estate that remains after the payment of all debts, bequests, etc.
[1300–50; Middle English < Middle French residu < Latin residuum what is left over; see residual]

residue

The solid remaining after the completion of a chemical process.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.residue - matter that remains after something has been removedresidue - matter that remains after something has been removed
matter - that which has mass and occupies space; "physicists study both the nature of matter and the forces which govern it"
crackling, greaves - the residue that remains after animal fat has been rendered
ash - the residue that remains when something is burned
cotton cake, cottonseed cake - the solid matter remaining after oil has been pressed from cottonseeds
dottle - the residue of partially burnt tobacco left caked in the bowl of a pipe after smoking
2.residue - something left after other parts have been taken away; "there was no remainder"; "he threw away the rest"; "he took what he wanted and I got the balance"
component part, part, portion, component, constituent - something determined in relation to something that includes it; "he wanted to feel a part of something bigger than himself"; "I read a portion of the manuscript"; "the smaller component is hard to reach"; "the animal constituent of plankton"
leftover, remnant - a small part or portion that remains after the main part no longer exists

residue

noun remainder, remains, remnant, leftovers, rest, extra, balance, excess, surplus, dregs, residuum She loaded the residue of lunch onto a tray.

residue

noun
What remains after a part has been used or subtracted:
Translations
بَقِيَّه، فَضْلَه
usazeninazbytek
rest
jäännösjätetähdeylijäämä
afgangur, leifar
liekanoslikęsužsilikęs
atlikumspārpalikums

residue

[ˈrezɪdjuː] N
1. (= remainder) → resto m, residuo m
a residue of bad feelingun residuo de rencor, un rencor que queda
2. (Jur) → bienes mpl residuales
3. (Chem) → residuo m

residue

[ˈrɛzɪdjuː] n
[money, time, feeling] → reste m
(CHEMISTRY)résidu m

residue

n
Rest m; (Chem) → Rückstand m
(Jur) → Nachlass m (nach Abzug sämtlicher Verbindlichkeiten)

residue

[ˈrɛzɪdjuː] n (frm) → residuo, residui mpl

residue

(ˈrezidjuː) noun
what remains or is left over.
residual (rəˈzidjuəl) , ((American) -dʒu-) adjective

res·i·due

n. residuo;
___ diet, highdieta de ___ alto;
___ diet, lowdieta de ___ bajo.

residue

n residuo
References in classic literature ?
Nothing occurred, however, materially to disturb the residue of the voyage excepting a violent storm; and on the twenty-second of March, the Tonquin arrived at the mouth of the Oregon, or Columbia River.
At length the reflux of the tide, and the springing up of the wind, enabled them to quit their dangerous situation and take shelter in a small bay within Cape Disappointment, where they rode in safety during the residue of a stormy night, and enjoyed a brief interval of refreshing sleep.
When she took the paste out to bake it, she left smears of dough sticking to the sides of the measure, put the measure on the shelf behind the stove, and let this residue ferment.
On the third of November following, he expressly revokes this will, and leaves another in its stead, in which his widow is never once mentioned, and in which the whole residue of his estate, after payment of one comparatively trifling legacy, is left to a friend.
As for the residue of the Pequod's company, be it said, that at the present day not one in two of the many thousand men before the mast employed in the American whale fishery, are Americans born, though pretty nearly all the officers are.
If it should be a slight commotion in a small part of a State, the militia of the residue would be adequate to its suppression; and the national presumption is that they would be ready to do their duty.
From each side of the saddle hangs an esquimoot, a sort of pocket, in which she bestows the residue of her trinkets and nick-nacks, which cannot be crowded on the decoration of her horse or herself.
On examining now, after many years, the residue of the feeling which was the outcome of the contact of our personalities, I discover, without much surprise, a certain flavour of dislike.
I find myself growing faint, so I shall refer you to my will for my disposition of the residue.
There was still a residue of personal property as well as the land, but the whole was left to one person, and that person was-- O possibilities
The residue of the property was to be devoted to the erection and endowment of almshouses for old men, to be called Featherstone's Alms-Houses, and to be built on a piece of land near Middlemarch already bought for the purpose by the testator, he wishing--so the document declared--to please God Almighty.
If, to avoid this consequence, they had attempted a partial enumeration of the exceptions, and described the residue by the general terms, NOT NECESSARY OR PROPER, it must have happened that the enumeration would comprehend a few of the excepted powers only; that these would be such as would be least likely to be assumed or tolerated, because the enumeration would of course select such as would be least necessary or proper; and that the unnecessary and improper powers included in the residuum, would be less forcibly excepted, than if no partial enumeration had been made.