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hear/see the last of sth

informal
If you ​hear or ​see the last of something or someone ​unpleasant or ​difficult, that ​person or thing does not ​cause you ​trouble again: I ​paid them $100 for the ​damage and I ​hope that's the last I'll ​hear of it. You haven't ​heard the last of this! - I'll ​see you in ​court. He's ​horrible - I really ​hope we've ​seen the last of him.
(Definition of hear/see the last of sth from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “hear/see the last of sth”
in Chinese (Simplified) 从此不再听/看到, 到此为止,就此了断…
in Chinese (Traditional) 從此不再聽/看到, 到此爲止,就此了斷…
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