Translation of carryover in Spanish:


remanente, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkɛriˌoʊvər/

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    suma o saldo que se transfiere a la página o columna siguiente (surplus)
    remanente masculine
    • One of the problems that cricket faces in Africa is a perception that it's a carry-over from previous colonial regimes.
    • ‘Only a carry-over of silage and hay from last winter helped to stop a feeding crisis on farms, but the problem is how are the animals to be fed this winter.
    • There was a carry-over of sediment from the clarifiers into the River Nore.
    • The Second Republic [1979-83] was a carry-over of the first.
    • The lower slaughter means the carry-over into 2005 will be higher than last year and could have implications for the trade during the early months of the New Year.
    • Anyway, this is a carry-over from yesterday's post.
    • Yet the system as reformed, partly by the New Deal and partly by a carry-over of wartime measures, did perform wonderfully well in the two decades after World War II.
    • The human body is said to contain many organs that are a carry-over from our evolutionary development - the appendix, the coccyx, tonsils, ear muscles, etc.
    • What we have here is a carry-over from the first-past-the-post system.
    • All of this is a sensible carry-over to the second publication of what is being said in the House.
    • This may be a carry-over from their former religious environment.
    • But the organisation has to prove it is more than a carry-over from the old Central Bank.
    • Greater nitrogen carry-over may occur due to poor performance of the previous crop.
    • So if adult consumption is declining, that has had some carry-over to youth consumption.
    • In northern climates where rainwater is the sole water source, it may be necessary to oversize the cistern to provide carry-over during a significant portion of the winter when snow falls instead of rain.
    • I don't think there's ever any carry-over from one game to the next.
    • Since October 2001 there have been 153 manuscripts under consideration, including carry-overs from the previous editors.