Definición de remains en inglés:

remains

Saltos de línea: re¦mains
Pronunciación: /rɪˈmeɪnz
 
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sustantivo

1The parts left over after other parts have been removed, used, or destroyed: the remains of a sandwich lunch were on the table
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  • The point is that the industrial remains should be removed, the dunes rehabilitated and the rocks carted away so as to create more space for the public to enjoy.
  • Lou, behind us, they have floodlit the almost destroyed remains of the front of the U.N. headquarters.
  • A young, female arm slipped round from behind him and removed the dissected remains of what was some kind of fish dish.
Sinónimos
remainder, residue, remaining part/number/quantity, part/number/quantity (that is) left over, rest, remnant, remnants;
leftovers, leavings, scraps, debris, detritus
technical residuum
1.1Historical or archaeological relics: Roman remains
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  • The discovery emphasises the risk to archaeological remains in ploughsoil.
  • What is less obvious is the effect that coastal processes have on archaeological remains.
  • Archaeological remains have been found of altars, Harappan script and crafts.
Sinónimos
1.2A person’s body after death: he left instructions regarding the disposal of his remains
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • But we seem to ignore their death and disrespect their remains.
  • There's a very slim chance they could determine cause of death from these remains.
  • The site was originally designed to hold Emperor Hadrian's remains following his death in AD 138.
Sinónimos
corpse, dead body, body, cadaver, carcass;
body parts, bones, skeleton

Origen

late Middle English (occasionally treated as singular): from Old French remain, from remaindre, from an informal form of Latin remanere (see remain).

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