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leftover

adjective [always before noun]
 
 
/ˈleftˌəʊvər/
Leftover food remains after a meal: If there's any leftover food we can take it home with us.Things remaining
leftovers noun [plural] food that remains after a meal: We've been eating up the leftovers from the party all week.Things remaining
Translations of “leftover”
in Chinese (Traditional) 剩下的,留下的…
in Russian оставшийся (о еде)…
in Turkish artık, artmış, kalmış…
in Chinese (Simplified) 剩下的,留下的…
in Polish pozostały…
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