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last

adjective, determiner
 
/lɑːst/
last week, year, Monday, etc. A1 the week, year, Monday, etc. before the present one
지난
I went to Barcelona last month.
A2 the most recent
최근의
What was the last movie you saw? It’s rained for the last three days.
A2 Your last book, house, job, etc. is the one before the one that you have now.
마지막
My last house was half this size.
A2 happening or coming at the end
마지막
It’s the last room on the left. That’s the last programme of the series. I was the last person to arrive. →  Opposite first adj
B1 only remaining
마지막 남은
Who wants the last piece of cake?
the last person, thing, etc. a person or thing that you do not want or expect
절대로 바라지 않는
Three extra people to feed – that’s the last thing I need!
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