Last

Pronunciation of Last  

English Meaning

  1. Being, coming, or placed after all others; final: the last game of the season.
  2. Being the only one left: his last nickel; as a last resort.
  3. Just past; most recent: last year; the last time I checked.
  4. Most up-to-date; newest: the last thing in swimwear.
  5. Highest in extent or degree; utmost: to the last measure of human endurance.
  6. Most valid, authoritative, or conclusive: The arbiter will have the last say in resolving this dispute.
  7. Least likely or expected: the last person we would have suspected.
  8. The least desirable or suitable: the last man for the job.
  9. Being the latest possible: waited until the last second before boarding the train.
  10. Lowest in rank or importance: last prize; last place.
  11. Used as an intensive: Every last dollar was donated to charity.
  12. Of or relating to a terminal period or stage, as of life: the last days of the dinosaurs.
  13. Administered just before death: the last sacraments.
  14. After all others in chronology or sequence: arrived last.
  15. Most recently: a fashion last popular in the 1940s.
  16. At the end; finally: Add the butter last.
  17. One that is at the end or last: the last to be chosen; on every page but the last.
  18. The end: held out until the last.
  19. The final mention or appearance: haven't seen the last of our troubles.
  20. at last After a considerable length of time; finally.
  21. at long last After a lengthy or troublesome wait or delay: At long last the winter was over.
  22. To continue in time; go on: The war lasted four years.
  23. To continue; survive: The patient is not expected to last much longer.
  24. To remain in good or usable condition: Produce lasts longer if it is refrigerated. I wanted a car that would last.
  25. To continue in force or practice: wondered if the marriage would last.
  26. To remain in adequate supply: Will our water last?
  27. To keep adequately supplied: left enough bread to last the family for the weekend.
  28. To persist or endure for the entire length of; survive: hoped to last the season without injuring her leg again.
  29. A block or form shaped like a human foot and used in making or repairing shoes.
  30. To mold or shape on a last.
  31. Chiefly British A unit of volume or weight varying for different commodities and in different districts, equal to about 80 bushels, 640 gallons, or 2 tons.

   

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