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Translation of "last" - English-Spanish dictionary

last

adjective /laːst/
coming at the end último We set out on the last day of November He was last in the race He caught the last bus home.
most recent; next before the present último Our last house was much smaller than this last year/month/week.
coming or remaining after all the others último He was the last guest to leave.
lastly adverb
finally por último, finalmente Lastly, I would like to thank you all for listening so patiently to what I have been saying.
at (long) last
in the end, especially after a long delay por fin Oh, there he is at (long) last!
last name noun
(especially American) a surname. apellido
hear/see etc the last of
to be finished with, be able to forget terminar algo; olvidar algo You haven’t heard the last of this!
the last person noun
a person who is very unlikely or unwilling to do a particular thing, or to whom it would be unwise or dangerous to do a particular thing la última persona I’m the last person to make a fuss, but you should have told me all the same He’s the last person you should offend.
the last straw noun
a fact, happening etc which, when added to all other facts or happenings, makes a situation finally impossible to bear la gota que colma el vaso, el colmo The last straw was when she borrowed my tennis racquet without asking and then broke it.
the last thing noun
something very unlikely, unwanted, not intended etc lo último It’s the last thing you would think of looking for The last thing I want is to hurt anyone.
the last word noun
the final remark in an argument etc la última palabra She always has to have the last word!
the final decision la última palabra The last word rests with the chairman.
something very fashionable or up-to-date el último grito Her hat was the last word in elegance.
on one’s last legs
very near to falling down or collapsing with exhaustion, old age etc en las últimas This old washing machine is on its last legs.
to the last
until the very end hasta el final He kept his courage to the last.
(Definition of last from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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