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remain /ri'mein/
  • danh từ, (thường) số nhiều
    • đồ thừa, cái còn lại
      • the remains of a meal: đồ ăn thừa
      • the remains of an army: tàn quân
    • tàn tích, di vật, di tích
      • the remains of an ancient town: những di tích của một thành phố cổ
    • di cảo (của một tác giả)
    • di hài
    • nội động từ
      • còn lại
        • much remains to be done: còn nhiều việc phải làm
      • vẫn
        • his ideas remain unchanged: tư tưởng của ông ta vẫn không hề thay đổi
        • I remain yours sincerely: tôi luôn luôn vẫn là người bạn chân thành của anh (công thức cuối thư)
    Concise Dictionary
    remains|remained|remainingrɪ'meɪn
    verb
    +stay the same; remain in a certain state
    +continue in a place, position, or situation
    +be left; of persons, questions, problems, results, evidence, etc.
    +stay behind

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    v.
    1 stay (behind), be left, tarry, linger, wait, Colloq stay put:
    I remained to help with the washing-up.
    2 be left, be there:
    How many days remain before your trip?
    3 stay, continue, carry on, abide; endure, persist, last, persevere:
    She refuses to remain with him another minute. His last book will remain a monument to his scholarship.
    n.
    4 remains.
    (a) leavings, remnants, crumbs, debris, detritus, remainder, balance, residue, leftovers, scraps, vestiges, traces, fragments, oddments, odds and ends:
    The remains of a half-eaten meal were on the table.
    (b) body, cadaver, corpse; carcass:
    The remains of the impala were being picked over by vultures.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    + verb (formal) (not usually in the progressive tenses)
    1 linking verb to continue to be sth; to be still in the same state or condition: [V-ADJ] to remain silent / standing / seated / motionless + Train fares are likely to remain unchanged. + It remains true that sport is about competing well, not winning. + Despite threats of strike action, the management remain hopeful that an agreement can be reached. + [V-N] In spite of their quarrel, they remain the best of friends. + He will remain (as) manager of the club until the end of his contract.
    2 [V] to still be present after the other parts have been removed, used, etc.; to continue to exist: Very little of the house remained after the fire. + Only about half of the original workforce remains. + There were only ten minutes remaining.
    3 to still need to be done, said, or dealt with: [V to inf] Much remains to be done. + It remains to be seen (= it will only be known later) whether you are right. + [V] There remained one significant problem. + Questions remain about the president's honesty. + [V (that)] I feel sorry for her, but the fact remains (that) she lied to us.
    4 [V] [usually +adv./prep.] to stay in the same place; to not leave: They remained in Mexico until June. + The plane remained on the ground. + She left, but I remained behind.
    Idioms see ALOOF


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