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noun, no adjective

English Meaning(s) for 残り

noun, no adjective
  1. remnant; residue; remaining; left-over

Definition and Synonyms for 残り

Remains any object that is left unused or still extant
Synonyms: 余り物, 残り, 残る, 残り物
Residual a payment that is made to a performer or writer or director of a television show or commercial that is paid for every repeat showing
Synonyms: 残り, 残る
Remainder something left after other parts have been taken away
Synonyms: あまり, , 余る, 余分, 余剰, 余り物, 剰余, 取り残し, 取り残す, , 残り, 残る, 残余, 残物, 残り物
Residue matter that remains after something has been removed
Synonyms: , 残り, 残る, 残余, 残渣, 残滓, 残り物

Meanings for each kanji in 残り

remainder; leftover; balance Kanji Details »

Categories 残り is a member of

Physical Object a tangible and visible entity
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Matter that which has mass and occupies space
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Payment a sum of money paid or a claim discharged
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Part something determined in relation to something that includes it
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Stroke Order Diagrams for 残り

Sample Sentences for 残り

While one of them sped around major parts of the property on the mower, a second made a few sweeps at some tall weeds on the edge of my wife's garden, and the third got into the truck and smoked a cigarette.
I'd like three twenties, six fives, and the rest in ones.
I could understand the first few sentences, but the rest of his speech was all Greek to me.
Therefore it will be closed for the rest of the year.
Whoops! There aren't many live coals left! Go make some kindling would you?

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