Definitions of residue

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"

That
part
of
a
testeator's
estate
wwhich
is
not
disposed
of
in
his
will
by
particular
and
special
legacies
and
devises,
and
which
remains
after
payment
of
debts
and
legacies.

Any
positive
or
negative
number
that
differs
from
a
given
number
by
a
multiple
of
a
given
modulus;
thus,
if
7
is
the
modulus,
and
9
the
given
number,
the
numbers 
5,
2,
16,
23,
etc.,
are
residues.

See
residuary
estate.

That
which
remains
of
a
molecule
after
the
removal
of
a
portion
of
its
constituents;
hence,
an
atom
or
group
regarded
as
a
portion
of
a
molecule; 
used
as
nearly
equivalent
to
radical,
but
in
a
more
general
sense.

That
which
remains
after
a
part
has
been
removed;
that
part
of
an
estate
that
remains
after
all
debts,
charges,
and
particular
bequests
have
been
paid.

That
which
is
left
behind
after
a
part
is
taken
away:
the
remainder.

Remainder;
what
is
left.

A
remainder;
surplus.

The
remaining
part;
that
which
is
left;
the
remainder.
See
Reside.

That
which
remains
after
the
greater
part
has
been
taken
or
separated;
the
rest;
the
remainder;
the
remainder
of
an
estate
after
payment
of
debts
and
legacies.

Residual.
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