Remaining after the greater part or quantity has gone
Redundant cytoplasm and organelles rejected during the latter stages of spermatid development.
A map or chart showing gravitational or magnetic residuals.
Low-grade oil which remains after the distillation of petroleum.
Those powers that remain after others left or been removed; specifically = residuary powers.
The stress present in an object in the absence of any external load or force
Sugar which remains after a fermentation process, especially a kind used in the making of a foodstuff or a wine.
The amount of air remaining in the lungs after maximal forcible expiration.
An electric current which flows briefly in a circuit after the voltage is reduced to zero, due to the momentum of the charge carriers
A herbicide that remains in the soil so that weeds can be controlled over a period of time.
= residuary legatee.
A (more or less certainly known) hypothesis that remains when other possible hypotheses have been disproved or discounted.
A current-activated circuit-breaker used as a safety device for mains-operated electrical tools and appliances