residue

residue
noun (C)
1 technical a substance that is left after a chemical process: a sticky residue in the bottom of the test-tube
2 the part of something that is left after the rest has gone or been taken away
(+ of): The residue of his estate goes to his daughter. resign, verb (I, T)
1 to officially and permanently leave your job or position because you want to
(+ from): She's just resigned from the committee. | resign your post/position: The manager was forced to resign his post after allegations of corruption.
2 resign yourself to sth/to doing sth to make yourself accept something that is unpleasant but cannot be changed: You must resign yourselves to waiting a bit longer.
—see also: resigned resignation /"rezIg'neISn/ noun
1 (C, U) the act of resigning, or a written statement to say you are doing this: You have the choice between resignation and dismissal. | hand in your resignation/tender your resignation (=resign): Guess what? Roy's handed in his resignation.
2 (U) the act of calmly accepting a situation that cannot be changed though it is unpleasant: She accepted her fate with resignation.

Longman dictionary of contemporary English. 2004.

Синонимы:
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  • Residue — may refer to: * Residue (chemistry), material remaining after a distillation or an evaporation, or portion of a larger molecule * Residue (law), portion of the testator s estate that is not specifically devised to someone in the will * Residue… …   Wikipedia

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  • residue — mid 14c., from O.Fr. residu, from L. residuum a remainder, neut. of residuus remaining, left over, from residere remain behind (see RESIDENCE (Cf. residence)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • residue — residuum, remains, leavings, *remainder, rest, balance, remnant …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

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  • residue — [rez′ə do͞o΄, rez′ədyo͞o΄] n. [ME < MFr residu < L residuum, neut. of residuus, remaining < residere: see RESIDE] 1. that which is left over after part is taken away; remainder; rest 2. Chem. the matter remaining at the end of a process …   English World dictionary

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