shèng
v. leave, remain
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Simplified Chinese

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Traditional Chinese

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Simplified stroke orders are based on the 'Standard of National Commonly-used Mandarin Chinese Characters (现代汉语通用字笔顺规范)', issued by the China National Language and Character Working Committee (国家语言文字工作委员会) on April 7th 1997. Traditional stroke orders are based on information issued by the Taiwan Ministry of Education.
EXAMPLES
shèng xia
v. be left over, remain
​,西​。
​,西​。
tā chī guāng le suó yǒu de shí wù , méi yǒu shèng xià rèn hé dōng xi .
phr. He ate all the food and left nothing.
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bǎ shèng fàn hé shèng cài bàn huo yí xià wèi zhū .
phr. Mix the leftovers to feed the pig.
shèng fàn
n. left-over food
chǎn néng guò shèng
n. overcapacity
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hái shèng yì shēng yóu
phr. There is still a liter of oil left.
suǒ shèng wú jǐ
phr. There is very little left.
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jīn tiān shèng xià de fàn cài bù duō le , wǒ bāng nǐ qù zhǔ yì wǎn miàn ba .
phr. Today, the rest of the meal is not too much, (so) let me cook a bowl of noodles for you.
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shí wǔ tiān páo qù shí tiān , zhǐ shèng xià wǔ tiān le .
phr. Fifteen days minus ten days, only five days are left.
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dà jiā dōu zǒu le , zhī shèng xià tā yí gè rén .
phr. Everyone left. Only he himself was here.
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wǒ de qián dōu huā guāng le , shēn shàng zhǐ shèng shí ōu yuán le .
phr. All my money is spent. I have only ten euros left on me.