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Residential

ˌrez.ɪˈden.ʃəl

Meanings of Residential:

adjective

Designed for people to live in.

Usage examples:

Private residential and nursing homes

Residentiary

rɛzɪˈdɛnʃ(ə)ri

Meanings of Residentiary:

adjective

Relating to or involving residence in a place.

Usage examples:

And the division of labour, trade, and inter-industry transactions developed in the residentiary se…
noun

A residentiary canon.

Usage examples:

Damett was a canon 1419-36, becoming a residentiary in may 1427.

Meanings of Residentiaryship:

noun

The position or office of residentiary.

Residentship

ˈrɛzɪd(ə)ntʃɪp

Meanings of Residentship:

noun

The fact of living or having the right to live in a particular place.

Usage examples:

Status of permanent residentship

Meanings of Resider:

noun

A resident, an inhabitant.

Meanings of Residers:

noun

A resident, an inhabitant.

Resides

rɪˈzaɪd

Meanings of Resides:

verb

Have one's permanent home in a particular place.

Usage examples:

People who work in the city actually reside in neighbouring towns

Residing

rɪˈzaɪd

Meanings of Residing:

verb

Have one's permanent home in a particular place.

Usage examples:

People who work in the city actually reside in neighbouring towns

Residua

rɪˈzɪdjʊəm

Meanings of Residua:

noun

A chemical residue.

Usage examples:

But figuring out exactly how to regenerate ammonia borane from the residuum left after hydrogen has…

Residual

rɪˈzɪd.ju.əl

Meanings of Residual:

adjective

Remaining after the greater part or quantity has gone.

Usage examples:

The withdrawal of residual occupying forces
noun

A quantity remaining after other things have been subtracted or allowed for.

Usage examples:

The keynesian component is clearly a residual which is arrived at by subtracting the natural and cl…

Residuals

rɪˈzɪdjuəlz

Meanings of Residuals:

noun

A quantity remaining after other things have been subtracted or allowed for.

Usage examples:

The keynesian component is clearly a residual which is arrived at by subtracting the natural and cl…
adjective

Remaining after the greater part or quantity has gone.

Usage examples:

The withdrawal of residual occupying forces

Meanings of Residuary:

adjective

Residual.

Usage examples:

There will be a residuary body to run services
adjective

Relating to the part of a dead person's money and property that is left after taxes and debts have been paid, and bequests (= gifts)have been made

Usage examples:

Her will left her residuary estate to her daughter., a residuary beneficiary is the person to whom …

Meanings of Residuation:

noun

The process of calculating, or reducing something to, a residue or residual.

Residue

ˈrɛzɪdjuː

Meanings of Residue:

noun

A small amount of something that remains after the main part has gone or been taken or used.

Usage examples:

The fine residue left after the sorting of tea

Residues

ˈrez.ɪ.dʒuː

Meanings of Residues:

noun

A small amount of something that remains after the main part has gone or been taken or used.

Usage examples:

The fine residue left after the sorting of tea

Residuum

rɪˈzɪdjʊəm

Meanings of Residuum:

noun

A chemical residue.

Usage examples:

But figuring out exactly how to regenerate ammonia borane from the residuum left after hydrogen has…

Meanings of Resift:

verb

To sift again.

Meanings of Resifted:

verb

To sift again.

Meanings of Resifting:

verb

To sift again.

Meanings of Resifts:

verb

To sift again.

Resight

ˌriːˈsaɪt

Meanings of Resight:

verb

To see or catch sight of again.

Meanings of Resign:

verb

Voluntarily leave a job or office.

Usage examples:

He resigned from the company in protest of the treatment of his co-workers

Resign-oneself

rɪˈzaɪn

Meanings of Resign-oneself:

phrasal verb

To make yourself accept something unpleasant that cannot be changed

Usage examples:

He was resigned to living alone.

Resignal

(ˌ)riːˈsɪɡn(ə)l

Meanings of Resignal:

verb

Equip (a railway line) with new signal equipment.

Usage examples:

Cornwall could see more trains and faster services under plans to resignal the network in the next …

Resignaled

(ˌ)riːˈsɪɡn(ə)l

Meanings of Resignaled:

verb

Equip (a railway line) with new signal equipment.

Usage examples:

Cornwall could see more trains and faster services under plans to resignal the network in the next …

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