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surplus
'sɜrpləs
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. More than is needed, desired, or required.
(名) As a noun
  1. A quantity much larger than is needed.
Hyphenationsur•plus
Part of Speech(名) noun, (形) adjective
Matching Results
剩余shèngyúremainder; surplus
过剩guòshèngsurplus; excess
盈余yíngyúsurplus; profit
surplus; tithe
奇羡jīxiànsurplus; profit
打口dǎkǒu(of CDs, videos etc) surplus (or "cut-out") stock from Western countries, sometimes marked with a notch in the disc or its case, sold cheaply in China (beginning in the 1990s), as well as Eastern Europe, etc.
长物chángwùsurplus; up to scratch
余剩yúshèngsurplus; remainder
顺差shùnchā(trade or budget) surplus
余额yú'ébalance (of an account, bill etc); surplus; remainder
yíngfull; filled; surplus
shùscabbard; sheath, remaining; overplus; surplus, sin; evil, the front of a cutting strip of cloth
cánto destroy; to spoil; to ruin; to injure; cruel; oppressive; savage; brutal; incomplete; disabled; to remain; to survive; remnant; surplus
残留cánliúto remain; left over; surplus; remnant
残余cányúremnant; relic; residue; vestige; surplus; to remain; to leave surplus
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