1. сущ.
1) пережиток, след Syn : survival, vestige
2) а) отрез, остаток ткани б) остаток пищи в) остатки, малая часть (о людях, животных) ;
оставшиеся в живых, выжившие the remnant of the insurgents ≈ остатки повстанцев г) остаток;
остатки the remnant of my tale ≈ окончание, конец моего рассказа the small remnant of his patrimony ≈ остатки его наследства Syn : remainder
1. , rest II
1. , residue
2. прил. остальной, оставшийся, остающийся Break those remnant rocks that still impede my current. ≈ Удали оставшиеся камни, которые все еще мешают моему проходу. след;
пережиток - *s of former glory следы былой славы - the tribe is the last * of a great prehistoric race это племя - все, что осталось от многочисленной доисторической расы остаток - *s of food остатки пищи отрез, остаток (материи) - * sale распродажа остатков (геология) останец (редкое) оставшийся, остающийся remnant остаток (пищи) ~ отрез, остаток (ткани) ~ след, пережиток a ~ sale распродажа остатков

Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь. 2001.

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  • Remnant — may refer to: * Remnant (Bible), in the Bible ** Remnant (Adventist), remnant concepts within the Seventh day Adventist Church * Remnant (band). * Remnant (comics), a character from the Squadron Supreme comic books. * The Remnant (newspaper), a… …   Wikipedia

  • Remnant — Rem nant, n. [OF. remanant. See {Remnant}, a.] [1913 Webster] 1. That which remains after a part is removed, destroyed, used up, performed, etc.; residue. Chaucer. [1913 Webster] The remnant that are left of the captivity. Neh. i. 3. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Remnant — Rem nant (r?m nant), a. [OF. remanant, p. pr. of remanoir, remaindre. See {Remanent}, {Remain}.] Remaining; yet left. [R.] Because of the remnant dregs of his disease. Fuller. [1913 Webster] And quiet dedicate her remnant life To the just duties… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • remnant — mid 14c., from O.Fr. remanant, properly prp. of remanoir to remain (see REMAIN (Cf. remain)). Specific sense of end of a piece of drapery, cloth, etc. is recorded from early 15c. An O.E. word for remnant was endlaf …   Etymology dictionary

  • remnant — [rem′nənt] n. [ME, contr. < remenant < OFr, orig. prp. of remaindre: see REMAIN] 1. what is left over; remainder; residue 2. [often pl.] a small remaining part, quantity, or number of persons or things 3. a trace; last remaining indication… …   English World dictionary

  • remnant — index balance (amount in excess), discard, end (termination), overage Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • remnant — rem‧nant [ˈremnənt] noun [countable usually plural] part of something that is left after most of it has been removed, used, sold etc: • The last remnants of the troubled group have been sold …   Financial and business terms

  • remnant — *remainder, residue, residuum, remains, leavings, rest, balance Analogous words: *part, piece, fragment, segment, section: vestige, *trace …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • remnant — [n] leftover part balance, bit, dregs, dross, end, end piece, excess, fragment, hangover*, heel, leavings, lees, leftovers, odds and ends*, orts, part, particle, piece, portion, remainder, remains, residual, residue, residuum, rest, rump, scrap,… …   New thesaurus

  • remnant — ► NOUN 1) a small remaining quantity. 2) a piece of cloth left when the greater part has been used or sold. 3) a surviving trace. ► ADJECTIVE ▪ remaining. ORIGIN Old French remenant, from remenoir, remanoir remain …   English terms dictionary

  • remnant — That part of a group which has escaped (e.g. exile, Jer. 24:8) or will not be destroyed (Amos 5:14–15) or which has remained faithful under trials. It was characteristic of Isaiah s teaching that a remnant of the nation would repent, and in Mic.… …   Dictionary of the Bible


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