remaining

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WordReference English Collocations © 2020

remaining

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
adj
  1. the remaining [part, funds]
  2. the remaining [amount, portion] (of)
  3. the remaining [candidates, contestants]
  4. the few remaining [workers, employees]
  5. add the remaining ingredients (to)
  6. share the remaining [amount] (of)
  7. calculate the remaining interest
  8. [ship, send] the remaining items
  9. the remaining unpaid [bills, amount]
  10. is his last remaining relative
  11. [five] minutes remaining
  12. [in, during] the remaining [time, five minutes]
  13. where she lived her remaining days
WordReference English Collocations © 2020

remain

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
v
  1. remain at [work, the school, the store] (after close)
  2. remain at home while you [go, do]
  3. remained at the [top, bottom] of
  4. remain [at, on] the scene
  5. will remain forever
  6. remain to [finish, wrap up]
  7. [not much, a lot] remains to be [done, seen]
  8. (that) remains to be seen
  9. it remains to be seen (whether)
  10. only [two] [days, parts, files] remain
  11. only [two] still remain (today)
  12. remains a [leader, example] for us all
  13. remains a mystery
  14. will remain [as is, unchanged]
  15. remain [open, closed, silent, still, behind]
  16. remains [intact, unbroken, in good shape]
  17. remains [unopened, untouched]
  18. remain [private, confidential]
  19. remain [constant, continuous] (throughout)
  20. remain available (for)
  21. remain available [until, through]
  22. remains [largely, fairly] [unknown, unchanged, intact]
  23. will remain in effect (until)
  24. will remain under [investigation, surveillance]
  25. remain strong through [cancer, the ordeal, the procedure]
  26. [nothing, little] remains of
n
  1. the [castle's, church's, building's] remains
  2. the remains of the [castle]
  3. [human, animal, chemical, archaeological, fossil] remains
  4. the [cremated, charred, rotting] remains of
  5. [officers, forensics, doctors] studied the remains (of the body)
  6. [study, analyze, transport] the remains
  7. the remains of a [bygone, forgotten] civilization
  8. the remains of [a person, the victim, a man]
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