pertaining to or constituting a residue or remainder; remaining; leftover.
formed by the subtraction of one quantity from another:
a residual quantity.
(of a set) having complement of first category.
of or relating to the payment of residuals.
Medicine/Medical. remaining in an organ or part following normal discharge or expulsion:
Geology. remaining after the soluble elements have been dissolved:
a residual quantity; remainder.
Often, residuals. something that remains to discomfort or disable a person following an illness, injury, operation, or the like; disability:
His residuals are a weak heart and light-headedness.
the deviation of one of a set of observations or numbers from the mean of the set.
the deviation between an empirical and a theoretical result.
Navigation. a slight deviation of an adjusted compass on a certain heading.
Usually, residuals. additional pay given to a performer for reruns, repeated use of a film, radio or TV commercial, or the like, in which the performer appears.
of, relating to, or designating a residue or remainder; remaining; left over
(of deposits, soils, etc) formed by the weathering of pre-existing rocks and the removal of disintegrated material
of or relating to the payment of residuals
something left over as a residue; remainder
the difference between the mean of a set of observations and one particular observation
the difference between the numerical value of one particular observation and the theoretical result
(often pl) payment made to an actor, actress, musician, etc, for subsequent use of film in which the person appears
residual re·sid·u·al (rĭ-zĭj’ōō-əl)
Of, relating to, or characteristic of a residue.
Remaining as a residue.
- Residual abscess
residual abscess n. An abscess recurring at the site of a former abscess as a result of the persistence of microbes and pus.
- Residual air
residual air n. See residual volume.
- Residual capacity
residual capacity n. See residual volume.
- Residual current device
noun 1. a circuit-breaking device installed in electrical equipment to protect the operator from electrocution RCD