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remainingadjective [before noun]

uk   /rɪˈmeɪ.nɪŋ/  us   /rɪˈmeɪ.nɪŋ/
B2 continuing to ​exist or be ​left after other ​parts or things have been used or taken away: Bernstein's remaining ​lecture will take ​place on 22 ​January. Mix in ​half the ​butter and ​keep the remaining ​half for ​later.

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Translations of “remaining”
in Arabic مُتَبَقّي…
in Korean 남아 있는…
in Portuguese restante…
in Catalan restant…
in Japanese 残りの…
in Chinese (Simplified) 留下的, 剩余的, 其余的…
in Turkish kalan, hâlâ var olan, geride kalan…
in Russian оставшийся…
in Chinese (Traditional) 留下的, 剩餘的, 其餘的…
in Italian rimanente, rimasto…
in Polish pozostały…
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