[ noun ] something left after other parts have been taken away
"there was no remainder" "he threw away the rest" "he took what he wanted and I got the balance"
Used in print(The Dallas Morning News,...)
The remainder of the 4 - year college requirement would be in_general subjects .(The Christian Science Monitor,...)
The remainder of the cast fulfilled its assignments no more_than satisfactorily just as the old production and limited stage_direction proved only serviceable .(J. F. Vedder, "Micrometeorites", in Francis S. J...)
The Russian experimenters claim that only a small fraction of the impulse from the sensors is caused by the incident momentum with the remainder being momentum of ejected material from the sensor .(John Michael Ray, "Rhode Island's Reactions...)
In the remainder of his speech Davis spoke of his admiration for Brown and warned those who took_part in the meeting that they `` are liable to the charge that they are supporting traitors and upholding men whom the laws have condemned '' .(Christopher Davis, First Family....)
His parents talked seriously and lengthily to their own doctor and to a specialist at the University_Hospital - Mr._McKinley was entitled to a discount for members of his family - and it was decided it would be best for him to take the remainder of the term off , spend a_lot of time in bed and , for the rest , do pretty_much as he chose - provided , of_course , he chose to do nothing too exciting or too debilitating .
[ noun ] (mathematics) a quantity obtained by subtraction
"profit is a positive difference between income and expenses"
[ noun ] (mathematics) the part of the dividend that is left over when the dividend is not evenly divisible by the divisor