noun rem·a·net \ˈreməˌnet, usually -et+V\

Definition of remanet



  1. :  something remaining; specifically :  a case or proceeding the hearing of which is postponed

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Origin and Etymology of remanet

Latin, it is left, remains, 3rd singular present indicative of remanēre to be left, remain

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a trip made at another's expense

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