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the rest / the others / remaining / remainder / apart from them
superfluous / unnecessary / surplus
in one's spare time / outside working hours / amateur (historian etc)
remainder / surplus
  *余* | 余* | *余
surname Yu
  *余* | 余* | *余
(archaic) I / me / variant of 餘|余, surplus
  *余* | 余* | *余
extra / surplus / remaining / remainder after division / (following numerical value) or more / in excess of (some number) / residue (math.) / after / I / me
Xinyu prefecture level city in Jiangxi
redundancy / redundant
after school / extracurricular
to cover all at one glance (idiom) / a panoramic view
handling a butcher's cleaver with ease (idiom); to do sth skillfully and easily
balance / cash surplus
free / vacant / unoccupied
surplus / profit
enough and to spare (idiom)
Dayu county in Ganzhou 贛州|赣州, Jiangxi
to have an abundance
in surplus
a hundred or more
remnant / relic / residue / vestige / surplus / to remain / to leave surplus
Fuyu county in Songyuan 松原, Jilin / Pu'yo, Korean Buyeo (c. 200 BC-494 AD), ancient kingdom in northeast frontier region of China
to save / savings
unable to accomplish anything but liable to spoil everything (idiom) / unable to do anything right / never make, but always mar
to fall short of the best but be better than the worst / can pass muster
kitchen waste / food waste (recycling)
congruent (math.) / having same residue modulo some number
lit. (may you) have abundance year after year / (an auspicious saying for the Lunar New Year)
seven heavenly bodies and four imaginary stars (in astrology and feng shui)
ample / plentiful / affluent / relaxed / comfortable circumstances
variant of 盈餘|盈余
richly provided for / having enough and to spare
remnants after a disaster / aftermath
crumbs from the table of one's master / castoffs / bits of rubbish / idle talk / casual remarks
surplus from donation (accountancy)
supernova residue (a type of nebula)
lit. to have an abundance of space / room to maneuver (idiom)
Pu'yo, Korean Buyeo (c. 200 BC-494 AD), ancient kingdom in northeast frontier region of China

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