Remain definition

Remain means to:
Remain means to linger, stay or fail to leave the premises when requested to do so by a peace officer or the owner, operator or other person in control of the premises.
Remain means to: (A) linger or stay; or (B) fail to leave premises when requested to do

Examples of Remain in a sentence

  • Existing Items to Remain: Protect construction indicated to remain against damage and soiling during selective demolition.

  • Existing Services/Systems to Remain: Maintain services/systems indicated to remain and protect them against damage.

  • Existing to Remain: Existing items of construction that are not to be removed and that are not otherwise indicated to be removed, removed and salvaged, or removed and reinstalled.

  • Existing to Remain: Existing items of construction that are not to be permanently removed and that are not otherwise indicated to be removed, removed and salvaged, or removed and reinstalled.

  • Existing to Remain: Leave existing items that are not to be removed and that are not otherwise indicated to be salvaged or reinstalled.


More Definitions of Remain

Remain means to stay unnecessarily in a particular place.
Remain means to linger or stay at or upon a place or to fail to leave a place when requested to do so by a law enforcement officer or by the owner, operator, or other person in control of the place.
Remain means to continue to possess a particular quality or fulfil a particular role. In this case the demand of gold was same as it was before. ‘Kept’ means to have or retain possession of something. In the above sentence, buyers were retained on the side-line and did not buy much gold. The correct answer is option C.
Remain means to remain in the territory, including at the border or in transit zones, of the Member State in which the application for international protection has been made or is being examined; the right to remain shall not constitute an entitlement to a residence permit;
Remain means to: (1) linger, tarry or stay unnecessarily in a public place; or (2) fail to leave the premises of an establishment or place open to the public when requested to do so by a law enforcement officer or an operator or employee of the place or establishment. (Ord. 3-2002, eff: 4/9/02) 9.16.020 Curfew for Juveniles.It shall be unlawful for a minor to remain in any public place or on the premises of an establishment within the Town of Elkton during curfew hours. (Ord. 3-2002, eff.: 4/9/02) 9.16.030 Exceptions.The curfew for juveniles imposed in this chapter shall not apply when the minor is:A. accompanied by the minor’s parent or guardian; orB. on an errand at the direction of the minor’s parents or guardian, without any detour or stop, until the hour of 12:30 a.m.; or
Remain means to stay behind, to tarry and to stay unnecessarily upon the streets, including the congregating of groups (or of interacting minors) total four or more persons in which any minor involved would not be using the streets for ordinary or serious purposes such as mere passage or going home.
Remain means to linger or stay, as well as to refuse to leave when requested to do so by a police officer, or the owner or other person in control of a public place. This term also encompasses activities which may be mobile, such as walking, driving, and riding about in a public place. Section 1103. Offenses a. It shall be unlawful for a minor to remain in a public place during curfew hours. b. It shall be unlawful for a parent or guardian of a minor to knowingly permit, or to allow by exercising insufficient control, the minor to remain in a public place during curfew hours. Section 1104. Defenses It is a defense to prosecution under Section 1103 of this ordinance that the minor was: a. accompanied by the minor's parent or guardian; b. involved in an emergency or on an errand necessitated by an emergency; c. engaged in an employment activity, or on the way to or from an employment activity, without any detour or stop except as necessary to drop off or pick up a co-employee; d. in a motor vehicle involved in interstate travel;e. on an errand directed by a parent or guardian, without any detour or stop; f. on the sidewalk abutting the minor's home; g. attending a school, religious, or governmental activity, which is supervised by adults, or traveling to or from such a school, religious, or governmental activity without detour or stop;