剩余的英语单词是residue和surplus。短语：surplus value，剩余价值。例句：Surplus grain is being sold for export.过剩的谷物正销往国外。
英 [ˈrezɪdjuː] 美 [ˈrezɪduː] n. 残渣；剩余；滤渣
1.The residue of the estate was divided equally among his children.
2.Always using the same shampoo means that a residue can build up on the hair.
3."Gently rub the inside of an avocado peel on your face," says Morgan, "and leave the residue on for about 20 minutes for a moisturizing mask."
4.UPLC-MS/MS was used to monitor changes of mepiquat chloride and chlormequat residue during tomato paste process of simulation process.
用 UPLC-MS /MS监测模拟过程中番茄酱糊剂中异丙甲草胺和氯麦草残留的变化。
5.Examples include residue adhering to the wall of a micronizer.
6.Tyrosyl residue of proteins were markedly affected.
7.A method was developed to determine clorsulon residue in ox liver.
8.In this correspondence, a new class of sextic residue sequences is constructed.
9.There are tiny amounts of uranium residue in coal; those trace residuals have more energy potential than all the coal itself.
10.In an effort to recreate early experiments, the author collects his urine and roasts the residue for phosphorus, again without any luck.
11.The essence of pearl mixed with essence of men and a curious dark residue was precipitated.
2.surplus 英 [ˈsɜːpləs] 美 [ˈsɜːrplʌs] n. 剩余；[贸易] 顺差；盈余；过剩 adj. 剩余的；过剩的
trade surplus 贸易顺差；贸易盈余
surplus value 剩余价值
surplus heat 余热；剩余热量
consumer surplus 消费者盈余
1.Surplus grain is being sold for export.
2.If you eat too much, the surplus is laid down as fat.
3.The Army is auctioning off a lot of surplus equipment.
4.Norway's budget surplus has fallen from 5.9% in 1986 to an expected 0.1% this year.
5.Japan, unlike other big economies, is in the enviable position of having a budget surplus.
6.Japan's annual trade surplus is in the region of 100 billion dollars.
7.It produces more than it needs, then dumps its surplus onto the world market.
8.The country's trade surplus widened to 16.5 billion dollars.
9.Wheat was in surplus that year.
10.Brazil has a big surplus of coffee.
11.The doctrine of surplus value is the cornerstone of Marx's economic theory.