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remnant

  
      n  
   (=remaining part)   reste    m     
→ After twenty-four hours of fighting, the remnants of the force were fleeing ...        
→ Beneath the present church were remnants of Roman flooring.        
the last remnants of an old building      les derniers restes d'un vieux bâtiment  
the remnants of that morning's breakfast      les restes du petit déjeuner de ce matin-là  
   (=vestige)   vestige    m     
→ Hallowe'en, with its guising and children's games, is the last remnant of pagan Celtic festivals such as Beltane.        
a remnant of the past      un vestige du passé  
→ A remnant of the past that has come through to present times is the Living Goddess of Nepal, a tradition which goes back more than 600 years.        
   (=piece of fabric)   reste    m   de tissu  
→ Mary wore a new dress made from a remnant and hand-smocked by Estelle.        
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
n.
vestige; reliquat
[Med.] Embryologie
n.
reste
n.
reliquat embryonnaire
[Med.]
exp.
un vestige du passé
exp.
les derniers restes d'un vieux bâtiment
exp.
les restes du petit déjeuner de ce matin-là
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'remnant' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
exp.
a remnant of
exp.
a remnant of
n.
food remnants
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