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    #1

    remained vs left over

    Hello

    Are the below sentences OK?

    -
    Carry out is the amount of grain remained after all demand has been satisfied.

    - Carry out is the remaining /outstanding amount of grain after all demand has been satisfied.

    Thank you

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    #2

    Re: remained vs left over

    I'd say

    'Carry out is the amount of grain
    left over/remaining after all demand has been satisfied.'

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