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reputation
—reputational, adj. /rep'yeuh tay"sheuhn/, n. 1. the estimation in which a person or thing is held, esp. by the community or the public generally; repute: a man of good ...
repute
/ri pyooht"/, n., v., reputed, reputing. n. 1. estimation in the view of others; reputation: persons of good repute. 2. favorable reputation; good name; public respect. v.t. 3. ...
reputed
/ri pyooh"tid/, adj. reported or supposed to be such: the reputed author of a book. [1540-50; REPUTE + -ED2] * * *
reputedly
/ri pyooh"tid lee/, adv. according to reputation or popular belief: a reputedly honest man. [1680-90; REPUTED + -LY] * * *
req
req abbrev. 1. request 2. required 3. requisition * * *
req.
1. require. 2. required. 3. requisition. * * *
requalify
v., requalified, requalifying. * * *
Requena
▪ Spain       city, Valencia provincia (province) and comunidad autónoma (autonomous community), eastern Spain. Overlooking the left bank of the Magro River, the ...
Requesens y Zúñiga, Luis de
▪ Spanish governor of The Netherlands Requesens also spelled  Requessens  born August 25, 1528, Barcelona, Spain died March 5, 1576, Brussels, Spanish Netherlands [now in ...
request
—requester, n. /ri kwest"/, n. 1. the act of asking for something to be given or done, esp. as a favor or courtesy; solicitation or petition: At his request, they left. 2. an ...
requester
See request. * * *
requestion
v.t. * * *
Requests, Court of
▪ English law       in England, one of the prerogative courts (prerogative court) that grew out of the king's council (Curia Regis) in the late 15th century. The court's ...
requicken
v. * * *
Requiem
/rek"wee euhm, ree"kwee-, ray"-/, n. 1. Rom. Cath. Ch. a. Also called Requiem Mass. the Mass celebrated for the repose of the souls of the dead. b. a celebration of this Mass. c. ...
requiem mass
Musical setting of the mass for the dead. (Requiem, Latin for "rest," is the first word of the mass.) The requiem's text differs from the standard mass Ordinary in omitting its ...
requiem shark
any of numerous, chiefly tropical sharks of the family Carcharhinidae, including the tiger shark and soupfin shark. [1895-1900; by folk etym. from F requin shark (orig. uncert.; ...
requiescat
/rek'wee es"kaht, -kat/, n. a wish or prayer for the repose of the dead. [1815-25; < L: short for REQUIESCAT IN PACE] * * *
requiescat (in pace)
requiescat (in pace) or requiescat [ri plev′i sə b'lrā΄kwē es′kät΄ in pä′chā΄; rek΄wē es′kät΄ in pā′sē] 〚L, subjunc. of requiescere (see RE- & ...
requiescat in pace
/re'kwee es"kaht in pah"che/, Latin. may he (or she) rest in peace. * * *
Requip
Re·quip (rēʹkwĭp') A trademark used for the drug ropinirole. * * *
requirable
See require. * * *
require
—requirable, adj. —requirer, n. /ri kwuyeur"/, v., required, requiring. v.t. 1. to have need of; need: He requires medical care. 2. to call on authoritatively; order or ...
required
re·quired (rĭ-kwīrdʹ) adj. 1. Needed; essential: missing several required parts. 2. Obligatory: required reading. * * *
requirement
/ri kwuyeur"meuhnt/, n. 1. that which is required; a thing demanded or obligatory: One of the requirements of the job is accuracy. 2. an act or instance of requiring. 3. a need ...
requirer
See requirable. * * *
requisite
—requisitely, adv. —requisiteness, n. /rek"weuh zit/, adj. 1. required or necessary for a particular purpose, position, etc.; indispensable: the requisite skills of an ...
requisitely
See requisite. * * *
requisiteness
See requisitely. * * *
requisition
—requisitionary, adj. —requisitionist, requisitioner, n. /rek'weuh zish"euhn/, n. 1. the act of requiring or demanding. 2. a demand made. 3. an authoritative or formal demand ...
requitable
See requite. * * *
requital
/ri kwuyt"l/, n. 1. the act of requiting. 2. a return or reward for service, kindness, etc. 3. a retaliation for a wrong, injury, etc. 4. something given or done as repayment, ...
requite
—requitable, adj. —requitement, n. —requiter, n. /ri kwuyt"/, v.t., requited, requiting. 1. to make repayment or return for (service, benefits, etc.). 2. to make ...
requiter
See requitable. * * *
requote
v.t., requoted, requoting. * * *
rerack
v.t. * * *
reradiate
v., reradiated, reradiating. * * *
reradiation
/ree ray'dee ay"sheuhn/, n. 1. Physics. radiation emitted as a consequence of a previous absorption of radiation. 2. Radio. retransmission of signals, a source of interference, ...
reraise
v.t., reraised, reraising. * * *
reran
re·ran (rē-rănʹ) v. Past tense and past participle of rerun. * * *
rerank
v. * * *
rerate
v., rerated, rerating. * * *
reread
v., reread, rereading. * * *
rerebrace
/rear"brays'/, n. Armor. a piece of plate armor for the upper arm; an upper cannon. Cf. vambrace (def. 1). See diag. under armor. [1300-50; ME, equiv. to rere- ( < MF rere, riere ...
rerecord
rerecord [spelling only] * * *
rerecording
/ree'ri kawr"ding/, n. Motion Pictures. the preparation of the final sound track of a film or video production, including the mixing of sound effects and dialogue, the recording ...
reredos
/rear"dos, rear"i-, rair"i-/, n. 1. a screen or a decorated part of the wall behind an altar in a church. 2. the back of a fireplace or of a medieval open hearth. [1325-75; ME, ...
rereel
v. * * *
reregister
v. * * *
reregulate
v.t., reregulated, reregulating. * * *
reregulation
n. * * *
rerelease
/ree'ri lees"/, v., rereleased, rereleasing, n. v.t. 1. to release again: Some popular films are rereleased every few years. n. 2. something, as a film, that has been ...
reremind
v.t.. * * *
reremouse
/rear"mows'/, n., pl. reremice. Archaic. a bat. [bef. 1100; ME reremous, OE hreremus, equiv. to hrere- (orig. uncert.; perh. akin to hreran to move) + mus MOUSE] * * *
rerent
v.t. * * *
rerental
n. * * *
rereview
v. * * *
rereward
/rear"weuhrd/, n. rearward (defs. 2, 3). * * *
rerise
v., rerose, rerisen, rerising. * * *
reroll
v. * * *
reroof
v.t. * * *
reroot
v. * * *
reroute
v., rerouted, rerouting. * * *
Rerum Novarum
▪ encyclical by Leo XIII       encyclical issued by Pope Leo XIII in 1891 and considered by many conservative Roman Catholics to be extremely progressive. It enunciated ...
rerun
v. /ree run"/; n. /ree"run'/, v., reran, rerun, rerunning, n. v.t. 1. to run again. n. 2. the act of rerunning. 3. a showing of a motion picture or television program after its ...
res
/reez, rays/, n., pl. res. Chiefly Law. an object or thing; matter. [1850-55; < L res] * * *
RES
Immunol. See reticuloendothelial system. * * *
res adjudicata
/reez" euh jooh'di kay"teuh, rays"/, Law. See res judicata. [1900-05] * * *
res gestae
/reez" jes"tee, rays"/ 1. things done; accomplishments; deeds. 2. Law. the acts, circumstances, and statements that are incidental to the principal fact of a litigated matter and ...
res ipsa loquitur
/reez" ip"seuh loh"kwi teuhr, lok"wi-, rays"/, Law. the rule that an injury is due to the defendant's negligence when that which caused it was under his or her control or ...
res judicata
/reez" jooh'di kay"teuh, rays"/, Law. a thing adjudicated; a case that has been decided. [1685-95; < L] * * * ▪ law       (Latin: “a thing adjudged”), a thing or ...
res publica
/rddays" pooh"bli kah'/; Eng. /reez" pub"li keuh, rays"/, Latin. the state; republic; commonwealth. [lit., public matter] * * *
res.
1. research. 2. reserve. 3. residence. 4. resident; residents. 5. resigned. 6. resolution. * * *
Res. Phys.
Resident Physician. * * *
Resaca de la Palma
/ray sah"keuh day lah pahl"meuh, deuh, reuh sak"euh/ a locality in S Texas, near Brownsville: battle 1846. * * *
resaddle
v., resaddled, resaddling. * * *
resadjudicata
res ad·ju·di·ca·ta (rēz' ə-jo͞o'dĭ-käʹtə, rās') n. Variant of res judicata. * * *
resail
/ree sayl"/, v.i. to sail back or again. [1580-90; RE- + SAIL] * * *
resalable
/ree say"leuh beuhl/, adj. able to be resold; suitable for resale. Also, resaleable. [1865-70; RESALE + -ABLE] * * *
resale
/ree"sayl', ree sayl"/, n. 1. the act of selling a second time. 2. the act of selling something secondhand. adj. 3. used; secondhand: a rack of resale clothing. [1615-25; RE- + ...
resale price maintenance
Measures taken by manufacturers or distributors to control the resale prices of their products (i.e., the prices charged by businesses that resell them). Such measures have been ...
resalt
v.t. * * *
resalute
v., resaluted, resaluting. * * *
resample
v.t., resampled, resampling. * * *
resanction
v.t. * * *
resaw
—resawyer /ree saw"yeuhr, -soy"euhr/, resawer, n. v. /ree saw"/; n. /ree"saw'/, v., resawed, resawed or resawn, resawing, n. v.t. 1. to saw again. n. 2. Lumbering. a machine ...
rescale
/ree skayl"/, v.t., rescaled, rescaling. to revise the scale of, esp. to make smaller or more modest: to rescale a budget. [1940-45; RE- + SCALE3] * * *
reschedule
/ree skej"oohl, -ool, -ooh euhl/; Brit. /ree shed"yoohl, -shej"oohl/, v.t., rescheduled, rescheduling. 1. to schedule for another or later time: to reschedule a baseball game ...
reschool
v.t. * * *
rescind
—rescindable, adj. —rescinder, n. —rescindment, n. /ri sind"/, v.t. 1. to abrogate; annul; revoke; repeal. 2. to invalidate (an act, measure, etc.) by a later action or a ...
rescindable
See rescind. * * *
rescinder
See rescindable. * * *
rescindment
See rescindable. * * *
rescissible
/ri sis"euh beuhl, -siz"-/, adj. able to be rescinded. [ < L resciss(us) cut off, repealed (see RESCISSION) + -IBLE] * * *
rescission
/ri sizh"euhn/, n. the act of rescinding. [1605-15; < LL rescission- (s. of rescissio) a making void, rescinding, equiv. to resciss(us) (ptp. of rescindere to RESCIND, equiv. to ...
rescissory
/ri sis"euh ree, -siz"-/, adj. serving to rescind. [1595-1605; < LL rescissorius pertaining to revoking or rescinding; see RESCISSION, -TORY1] * * *
rescore
v., rescored, rescoring. * * *
rescreen
v.t. * * *
rescript
/ree"skript'/, n. 1. a written answer, as of a Roman emperor or a pope, to a query or petition in writing. 2. any edict, decree, or official announcement. 3. the act of ...
Rescriptor
Re·scrip·tor (rē'skrĭpʹtər) A trademark for the drug delavirdine. * * *
rescrub
v., rescrubbed, rescrubbing. * * *
rescrutinize
v.t., rescrutinized, rescrutinizing. * * *
rescrutiny
n., pl. rescrutinies. * * *
rescuable
See rescue. * * *
rescue
—rescuable, adj. —rescueless, adj. —rescuer, n. /res"kyooh/, v., rescued, rescuing, n. v.t. 1. to free or deliver from confinement, violence, danger, or evil. 2. Law. to ...
rescue grass
a grass, Bromus unioloides (or B. catharticus), of tropical America, having clusters of flattened spikelets, grown for forage. [1880-85, Amer.; rescue, perh. alter. of FESCUE] * ...
rescue mission
mission (def. 12). [1900-05] * * *
rescuegrass
rescue grass n. A tall South American grass (Bromus unioloides) cultivated in warm regions for hay.   [Probably alteration of fescue.] * * *
rescuer
See rescuable. * * *
resculpt
v.t. * * *
resculpture
v.t. resculptured, resculpturing. * * *
reseal
v.t. * * *
resealable
adj. * * *
research
—researchable, adj. —researcher, researchist, n. /ri serrch", ree"serrch/, n. 1. diligent and systematic inquiry or investigation into a subject in order to discover or ...
research and development
Introduction abbreviation  R and D,  or  R & D,         in industry, two intimately related processes by which new products and new forms of old products are brought ...
research and development (R&D)
In industry, two closely related processes by which new products and new forms of old products are created through technological innovation. The work generally focuses on two ...
research council
n any of several government organizations in Britain that support and carry out scientific research, and also provide scientific advice and information to the public and to ...
research library
a general or specialized library that collects materials for use in intensive research projects. [1960-65] * * *
research park
an industrial park whose facilities are devoted to research and development. * * *
research-intensive
re·search-in·ten·sive (rĭ-sûrchʹĭn-tĕn'sĭv, rēʹsûrch-) adj. Having or requiring a relatively large expenditure on research and development in comparison to capital ...
researchable
See research. * * *
researcher
See researchable. * * *
researchist
See researchable. * * *
reseason
v. * * *
reseat
/ree seet"/, v.t. 1. to provide with a new seat or new seats. 2. to seat again. [1630-40; RE- + SEAT] * * *
reseau
/ray zoh", reuh-/, n., pl. reseaux /-zohz", -zoh"/, reseaus. 1. a network. 2. a netted or meshed ground in lace. 3. Astron. a network of fine lines on a glass plate, used in a ...
resect
/ri sekt"/, v.t. Surg. to do a resection on. [1535-45; < L resectus ptp. of resecare to cut back, sever at the base, equiv. to re- RE- + sec(are) to cut + -tus ptp. suffix] * * *
resectability
See resect. * * *
resectable
See resectability. * * *
resection
—resectional, adj. /ri sek"sheuhn/, n. 1. Survey. a technique of ascertaining the location of a point by taking bearings from the point on two other points of known ...
resectoscope
resectoscope [ri sek′tə skōp΄] n. a thin, hollow, flexible surgical instrument inserted through the urethra or vagina for use in the biopsy of tissue or the removal of ...
resecure
v., resecured, resecuring. * * *
reseda
/ri see"deuh/, n. 1. a grayish green. adj. 2. grayish green, like the flowers of the mignonette. [1745-55 as name of plant genus including mignonette; 1870-75 for current senses; ...
resee
v.t., resaw, reseen, reseeing. * * *
reseed
v. * * *
reseek
v.t., resought, reseeking. * * *
resegregate
v., resegregated, resegregating. * * *
reseize
v.t., reseized, reseizing. * * *
reseizure
n. * * *
reselect
v.t. * * *
reselection
n. * * *
resell
v., resold, reselling. * * *
reseller
n. * * *
resemblance
/ri zem"bleuhns/, n. 1. the state or fact of resembling; similarity. 2. a degree, kind, or point of likeness. 3. a likeness, appearance, or semblance of something. [1350-1400; ME ...
resemblant
/ri zem"bleuhnt/, adj. 1. having a resemblance or similarity (sometimes fol. by to): two persons with resemblant features. 2. that produces or deals in representations: sculpture ...
resemble
—resemblingly, adv. /ri zem"beuhl/, v.t., resembled, resembling. 1. to be like or similar to. 2. Archaic. to liken or compare. [1300-50; ME resemblen < MF resembler, OF, equiv. ...
resembler
See resemble. * * *
resend
/ree send"/, v.t., resent, resending. 1. to send again. 2. to send back. [1545-55; RE- + SEND] * * *
Resende
▪ Brazil       city, western Rio de Janeiro estado (state), eastern Brazil. It is situated on the Paraíba do Sul River, opposite Agulhas Negras, at 1,296 feet (395 ...
Resende, Garcia de
▪ Portuguese poet born c. 1470, Évora, Port. died Feb. 3, 1536, Évora       Portuguese poet, chronicler, and editor, whose life was spent in the service of the ...
resensation
n. * * *
resensitize
v.t., resensitized, resensitizing. * * *
resent
—resentingly, adv. —resentive, adj. /ri zent"/, v.t. to feel or show displeasure or indignation at (a person, act, remark, etc.) from a sense of injury or insult. [1595-1605; ...
resentence
n., v.t., resentenced, resentencing. * * *
resentful
—resentfully, adv. —resentfulness, n. /ri zent"feuhl/, adj. full of or marked by resentment. [1645-55; RESENT + -FUL] * * *
resentfully
See resentful. * * *
resentfulness
See resentfully. * * *
resentment
/ri zent"meuhnt/, n. the feeling of displeasure or indignation at some act, remark, person, etc., regarded as causing injury or insult. [1610-20; < F ressentiment, MF ...
reseparate
v., reseparated, reseparating. * * *
reseparation
n. * * *
reserpine
/res"euhr pin, -peen', reuh serr"pin, -peen/, n. Pharm. an alkaloid, C33H40N2O9, obtained from the root of the rauwolfia, Rauwolfia serpentina, used in the treatment of ...
reservable
See reserve. * * *
reservation
/rez'euhr vay"sheuhn/, n. 1. the act of keeping back, withholding, or setting apart. 2. the act of making an exception or qualification. 3. an exception or qualification made ...
reservationist
/rez'euhr vay"sheuh nist/, n. a person who makes or takes reservations, as at an airline office; reservation clerk. [1915-20, Amer.; RESERVATION + -IST] * * *
reservations
➡ Native American * * *
reserve
—reservable, adj. —reserveless, adj. /ri zerrv"/, v., reserved, reserving, n., adj. v.t. 1. to keep back or save for future use, disposal, treatment, etc. 2. to retain or ...
Reserve Air Forces
➡ armed forces * * *
reserve bank
1. one of the 12 principal banks of the U.S. Federal Reserve System. 2. a bank authorized by a government to hold the reserves of other banks. [1900-05] * * *
reserve buoyancy
Naut. the difference between the volume of a hull below the designed waterline and the volume of the hull below the lowest opening incapable of being made watertight. [1900-05] * ...
reserve capacity
Auto. the capacity of a battery, measured in minutes, to keep a vehicle operating if the charging system fails. * * *
reserve clause
Sports. the clause in the contract of a professional player in some sports that binds the player to a team for a season beyond the expiration of the contract in the event a new ...
reserve currency
any currency, as the U.S. dollar, used as a medium to settle international debts. [1965-70] * * *
reserve price.
See floor price. [1915-20] * * *
reservebank
reserve bank n. 1. A central bank that holds the reserves of other banks. 2. One of the 12 main banks of the U.S. Federal Reserve System. * * *
reserveclause
reserve clause n. A clause formerly included in the contract of a professional athlete that allowed the automatic extension of the contract for a year beyond its expiration, thus ...
reservecurrency
reserve currency n. Currency kept in reserve by a government for the paying of international debts. * * *
reserved
—reservedly /ri zerr"vid lee/, adv. —reservedness, n. /ri zerrvd"/, adj. 1. kept or set apart for some particular use or purpose. 2. kept by special arrangement for some ...
reserved occupation
➡ national service * * *
reserved power
a political power that a constitution reserves exclusively to the jurisdiction of a particular political authority. [1825-35] * * *
reservedly
See reserved. * * *
reservedness
See reservedly. * * *
reserveprice
reserve price n. The price fixed and announced as the minimum at which property will be sold at an auction. * * *
reserver
See reservable. * * *
reservice
v.t., reserviced, reservicing. * * *
reservist
/ri zerr"vist/, n. a person who belongs to a reserve military force of a country. [1875-80; RESERVE + -IST] * * *
reservoir
/rez"euhr vwahr', -vwawr', -vawr', rez"euh-/, n. 1. a natural or artificial place where water is collected and stored for use, esp. water for supplying a community, irrigating ...
reservoir rock
Geol. rock that has sufficient porosity to contain accumulations of oil or gas. [1910-15] * * *
reset
—resettable, adj. —resetter, n. v. /ree set"/; n. /ree"set'/, v., reset, resetting, n. v.t. 1. to set again: to reset an alarm clock. 2. to set back the odometer on (an auto ...
resettable
See reset. * * *
resetter
See resettable. * * *
resettle
v., resettled, resettling. * * *
resettlement
n. * * *
resew
v.t., resewed, resewn or sewed, resewing. * * *
resgestae
res ges·tae (rāsʹ gĕsʹtī', rēzʹ jĕsʹtē) pl.n. 1. Things done; deeds. 2. Law. The facts that are admissible in evidence as the surrounding circumstances of the event ...
resh
/raysh/, n. 1. the 20th letter of the Hebrew alphabet. 2. the consonant sound represented by this letter. [1895-1900; < Heb resh, akin to rosh head] * * *
reshake
v., reshook, reshaken, reshaking. * * *
reshape
/ree shayp"/, v.t., reshaped, reshaping. to shape again or into different form. [1820-30; RE- + SHAPE] * * *
reshaper
See reshape. * * *
reshare
v.t., reshared, resharing. * * *
resharpen
v. * * *
resharpenable
adj. * * *
reshave
v. reshaved, reshaving. * * *
Resheph
▪ ancient god Hebrew“the Burner” or “the Ravager”       ancient West Semitic god of the plague and of the underworld, the companion of Anath, and the ...
Reshevsky
/reuh shef"skee/, n. Samuel, 1911-92, U.S. chess player, born in Poland. * * *
Reshevsky, Samuel Herman
▪ American chess player born November 26, 1911, Ozorkow, near Łódź, Poland, Russian Empire [now in Poland] died April 4, 1992, Suffern, N.Y., U.S.       American ...
reshift
v. * * *
reshine
v., reshone or reshined, reshining. * * *
reshingle
v.t., reshingled, reshingling. * * *
reship
—reshipment, n. /ree ship"/, v., reshipped, reshipping. v.t. 1. to ship again. 2. to transfer from one ship to another. v.i. 3. to go on a ship again. 4. (of a member of a ...
reshoe
v.t., reshod, reshoeing. * * *
reshoot
v., reshot, reshooting; n. * * *
reshorten
v. * * *
reshoulder
v.t. * * *
reshow
v., reshowed, reshown or reshowed, showing. * * *
reshower
v. * * *
Resht
/resht/, n. Rasht. * * *
reshuffle
v. reshuffled, reshuffling, n. * * *
reshuffles
➡ Cabinet * * *
reshut
v., reshut, reshutting. * * *
Resia Pass
▪ mountain pass, Europe Italian  Passo Di Resia,  German  Reschenpass, or Reschenscheideck,         pass south of the Austrian-Italian border and just east of the ...
resicken
v. * * *
resid
re·sid (rĭ-zĭdʹ) n. Informal Residual oil. * * *
Reşid Paşa, Mustafa
▪ Ottoman vizier also spelled  Mustafa Reshid Pasha   born March 13, 1800, Constantinople, Ottoman Empire [now Istanbul, Tur.] died Dec. 17, 1858       Ottoman ...
reside
—resider, n. /ri zuyd"/, v.i., resided, residing. 1. to dwell permanently or for a considerable time: She resides at 15 Maple Street. 2. (of things, qualities, etc.) to abide, ...
residence
/rez"i deuhns/, n. 1. the place, esp. the house, in which a person lives or resides; dwelling place; home: Their residence is in New York City. 2. a structure serving as a ...
residence time
1. Also called residence. Chem. the length of time a substance remains in the adsorbed, suspended, or dissolved state. 2. Physics. the length of time radioactive material, as gas ...
residencia
▪ judicial review       in colonial Spanish America, judicial review of an official's acts, conducted at the conclusion of his term of office. Originating in Castile in ...
residency
/rez"i deuhn see/, n., pl. residencies. 1. residence (def. 3). 2. the position or tenure of a medical resident. 3. (formerly) the official residence of a representative of the ...
resident
—residentship, n. /rez"i deuhnt/, n. 1. a person who resides in a place. 2. a physician who joins the medical staff of a hospital as a salaried employee for a specified period ...
resident alien
1. an alien who has legally established residence in the U.S. 2. an alien who has legally entered the U.S. as an immigrant with the intention of becoming a citizen. * * *
resident commissioner
a representative from a dependency who is entitled to speak, but not to vote, in the U.S. House of Representatives. [1900-05] * * *
residential
—residentiality /rez'i den'shee al"i tee/, n. —residentially, adv. /rez'i den"sheuhl/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to residence or to residences: a residential requirement for a ...
residentially
See residential. * * *
residentiary
/rez'i den"shee er'ee, -sheuh ree/, adj., n., pl. residentiaries. adj. 1. residing; resident. 2. involving or under obligation to be in official residence. n. 3. a resident. 4. ...
resider
See reside. * * *
residua
re·sid·u·a (rĭ-zĭjʹo͞o-ə) n. Plural of residuum. * * *
residual
/ri zij"ooh euhl/, adj. 1. pertaining to or constituting a residue or remainder; remaining; leftover. 2. Math. a. formed by the subtraction of one quantity from another: a ...
residual landform
also called  Relict Landform,         landform that was produced as the remains of an ancient landscape, escaping burial or destruction to remain as part of the present ...
residual magnetism
Elect. remanence. [1830-40] * * *
residual power
power retained by a governmental authority after certain powers have been delegated to other authorities. [1915-20] * * *
residual stress
Metall. a stress in a metal, on a microscopic scale and resulting from nonuniform thermal changes, plastic deformation, or other causes aside from temporary external forces or ...
residually
/ri zij"ooh euh lee/, adv. 1. in a residual manner. 2. Math. with an element in the directed set such that for every element in the directed set in relation to the given element, ...
residualoil
residual oil n. The low-grade oil products that remain after the distillation of petroleum, used in adhesives, roofing compounds, and asphalt manufacture. * * *
residuary
/ri zij"ooh er'ee/, adj. 1. entitled to the residue of an estate: a residuary legatee. 2. pertaining to or of the nature of a residue, remainder, or residuum. [1720-30; < L ...
residue
/rez"i dooh', -dyooh'/, n. 1. something that remains after a part is removed, disposed of, or used; remainder; rest; remnant. 2. Chem. a. residuum (def. 2). b. an atom or group ...
residuum
/ri zij"ooh euhm/, n., pl. residua /-zij"ooh euh/. 1. the residue, remainder, or rest of something. 2. Also, residue. Chem. a quantity or body of matter remaining after ...
resift
v.t. * * *
resight
v.t. * * *
resign
/ri zuyn"/, v.i. 1. to give up an office or position, often formally (often fol. by from): to resign from the presidency. 2. to submit; yield: to resign before the ...
resignal
v. resignaled, resignaling or (esp. Brit.) resignalled, resignalling. * * *
resignation
/rez'ig nay"sheuhn/, n. 1. the act of resigning. 2. a formal statement, document, etc., stating that one gives up an office, position, etc. 3. an accepting, unresisting attitude, ...
resigned
—resignedly /ri zuy"nid lee/, adv. —resignedness, n. /ri zuynd"/, adj. 1. submissive or acquiescent. 2. characterized by or indicative of resignation. [1645-55; RESIGN + ...
resignedly
See resigned. * * *
resignedness
See resignedly. * * *
resignee
/ri zuy"nee, ree'zuy nee"/, n. a person who has resigned or is about to resign. [1605-15; RESIGN + -EE] * * *
resigner
See resign. * * *
resile
—resilement, n. /ri zuyl"/, v.i., resiled, resiling. 1. to spring back; rebound; resume the original form or position, as an elastic body. 2. to shrink back; recoil. [1520-30; ...


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