last but not least Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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Meaning of “last but not least” in the English Dictionary

"last but not least" in British English

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last but not least

B2 importantly, ​despite being ​mentioned after everyone ​else: I would like to ​thank my ​publisher, my ​editor, and, last but not least, my ​husband.
(Definition of last but not least from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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last but not least

important, ​despite being ​mentioned at the end: I would like to ​thank my ​publisher, my ​editor, and last but not least, my ​husband for his ​encouragement during the writing of my ​book.
(Definition of last but not least from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “last but not least”
in Chinese (Simplified) 最后但同样重要的…
in Turkish son ama aynı derecede önemli olarak…
in Russian последний, но не самый худший…
in Chinese (Traditional) 最後但同樣重要的…
in Polish wreszcie…
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